This is another ethnographic Museum in Austria, telling about the farms of Tyrol. The Museum is open-air, so in good weather a great place to walk.
Website: museum of Tyrolean farms
From Bad Reichenhall it is about 1.5 hours (going to Austria, do not forget about the vignette), in General, the Museum is located near the castle of Tratzberg, it is quite possible to combine these two attractions in one trip.
Address: Angerberg 10, 6233 Kramsach, Austria
Working time of the museum: the museum works from the Palm Sunday to 1 November, in winter the museum is closed. In April and October the museum works from 9.00 until 17.00 from May to September from 9.00 until 18.00 o'clock.
Tickets: 10 euros for adults, children from 5 years to 17 years- 3 euros, children under 5 - free, family ticket - 20 euros. You can download an audioguide on your mobile phone.
This Museum is much smaller than the Salzburg one - only 37 buildings, the walk is designed for 1.5 - 2 hours. The exhibition tells about the life and everyday life of the peasant estates of Tyrol, almost every weekend the Museum hosts all sorts of events, master classes or concerts Events at the Tyrolean farm Museum
I think the Museum should be interesting, and for young children who can walk/run in the fresh air, replacing it with cooking bread or participating in holiday materials - it's just a great place to walk.
Photos are taken from the Internet in the public domain.