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Mühlemuseum

Mühle in Betrieb - offene Tür

28 September 2019 | 3.00 PM - 5.00 PM

Das Wasserrad läuft! Helfen Sie, die Schieber zu öffnen und staunen Sie, wie die Kraft des Wassers das schwere Rad antreibt. Die Müllersleute erklären die eindrückliche Mechanik, erzählen von alten Legenden und erwecken die spannende Geschichte der Mühle zum Leben.

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Museum

Mühlemuseum

Opening Hours

Mo Closed  |  Tu Closed  |  We Closed  |  Th Closed  |  Fr Closed  |  Sa Closed  |  Su Closed

Closed until further notice

8 h to dusk


Swiss National Holiday 2020

01 August 2020: 8.00 AM - 5.00 PM


8 h to dusk

Christmas/New Year 2020/2021

24 December 2020: 8.00 AM - 5.00 PM

25 December 2020: 8.00 AM - 5.00 PM

31 December 2020: 8.00 AM - 5.00 PM

01 January 2021: 8.00 AM - 5.00 PM


8 h to dusk

Institution

The mill from the 16th century lies in the heart of the Merian Gardens. Even though flour is no longer produced here, the water-powered wheel is still in use. The impressive gearing mechanism can be seen inside the mill, and it is easy to imagine how wheat, rye or millet was ground here in past centuries. A small exhibition with historical pieces tells the story of milling from the bronze-age to modern-day industrial production.

Admission

Free admission

Access

Public transportation:
tram 10 > Neue Welt, by foot to the entrance Neue Welt; tram 10/11, bus 36/37/47 > Dreispitz, by foot to the entrance Brüglingerstrasse; tram 14 and Bus 36 > St. Jakob, by foot to the entrance St. Jakob

By car:
Autobahn A2/A3 exit Basel-Süd/St. Jakob, to Parking St. Jakob. By foot to the entrance St. Jakob

Inside the Merian Gardens maps help guide the way
Exhibition