Obergammergauguri Museum is anot incredible place, with artworks made by the best woodcarving of Bavarian. This year they exhibited special pieces of wooden miniatures... soooo gorgeous!!!!!
The museum is nice and offered us something to do during a short stay in the city. We arrived near closing and thought the 45 minutes we spent was adequate.
Fantastic - three floors, the first showing the history of the nativity crib and the very impressive Oberammergau nativity collection. Second floor detailed the history of wood carving in the region with a great display of wooden toys over the years. Third floor has this superb display of wood carvings - miniature 1-2 cm to larger ones 20-30 cm.....incredible skill.... 更多
It has been over six years since going to Oberammergau but I would do it again in a heartbeat. It is a quaint town where the Passion of Christ is performed every ten years by the townspeople. it's all in German but even if you don't speak the language, if you know the story it's easy to follow along. The... 更多
There were lots of beautiful carvings here which we enjoyed seeing. There is also a very informative video which talks about Oberammergau and the Passion Play - it was very well done.
The museum is very informative. The display of the late rococo art is beautiful. Amazing wood carvings are seen all over this alpine village of Oberammergau. Baroque architecture is noticeable everywhere. Loved this beautiful town of Oberammergau.
Very informative Museum detailing the Celtic origins,the Romans and the present with of course the Passion Play being prominent,as It should be. Oberammergau was never a `Remote Bavarian Village´as described by some ignorant writers but was always on the famous `Rott´Route from Augsburg to Venice for well over 2000 years,It was the only route from North to South so even... 更多
We entered this free museum while walking around the town after our theater tour. This museum is well worth seeing... 更多