Swedish farmsteads, animals and traditional events.
On the Swedish island of Björkö, permanent exhibitions illustrate early Viking life through the use of artifacts and detailed models. Tours of the original remains of Viking culture are also available.
The site of a Benedictine abbey in Belgium which has been developed as an open-air museum, even as the excavations continue. Virtual reconstructions and 360-degree panorama.
The building has two exhibition halls, a museum shop, a coffee house with terrace, an information desk and a digital board which displays information on the museum and the collections.
Historical dwellings and farm buildings of peasants, fishermen and artisans, including a old pub and a windmill, have been gathered from all of Latvia's regions.
Built up between 1963 and 1989, a scientific-documentary and technical collection and archives (pictures, photos, films) dealing with pre-industrial folk technology in Romania.
Authentic villages and homes in these open-air museums in Lower Bavaria.
A reconstructed Roman Villa Rustica from the 1st to the 3rd century A.D. Description of the site, walking tour and panoramic views. In English and German.
Open air museum just outside Trier on the Moselle, which presents the folk culture of the European Saar-Lor-Lux region.
Located in northwestern Västerås, it is one of Sweden's largest museums. Features many buildings moved to the location to resemble a village from centuries past. Includes photos, educational programs, hours and directions.