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Borlach Museum

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Description:

Bad Dürrenberg's landmark

The museum in the Borlachturm houses a small exhibition on the salt works and the development of Bad Dürrenberg into a bathing resort. You can see original tools such as salt crutches, boiling baskets or salt shovels, which bear witness to the hard work of the salt boilers. The exhibition also pays tribute to the achievements of the mountain councillor Johann Gottfried Borlach, who in 1763 received the long awaited
Bad Dürrenberg's landmark

The museum in the Borlachturm houses a small exhibition on the salt works and the development of Bad Dürrenberg into a bathing resort. You can see original tools such as salt crutches, boiling baskets or salt shovels, which bear witness to the hard work of the salt boilers. The exhibition also pays tribute to the achievements of mountain councillor Johann Gottfried Borlach, who achieved the long-awaited brine breakthrough in Bad Dürrenberg in 1763.
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April to October:
Saturday and Sunday 10:00 - 17:00
  • for all weathers
  • for school classes
  • for families
  • for individual guests
  • Suitable for seniors
  • for children (any age)
  • Cash payment
Admission:
2,00 Euro
reduced (pupils, students, severely disabled)1,00 Euro
by car:
via the A9

by public transport:
by bus and train from and to Leipzig, Weißenfels, tram line 5

by bike:
via the Saale cycle path

Where:

Address:

City of Bad Dürrenberg

Borlachplatz 2
06231 Bad Dürrenberg
Phone: +49 3462 / 9987024
E-mail: tourist@badduerrenberg.de
website: http://www.badduerrenberg.eu/

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