New: emigrant Museum in the Emerenz-Meier-Haus in waldkirchen waldkirchen (tvo). Life was hard and the emergency drive finally some Waldler in America”: In the 19th and early 20th century, thousands of people from the Bavarian and Bohemian Forest in the new world emigrated to escape the constant existential angst in their homeland. The new emigrant Museum in the Emerenz-Meier-Haus in waldkirchen is owed. The impressive history of rural poverty and emigration are represented by means of multimedia and read information in eight themed rooms. At the same time, portrays the life of the poet Emerenz Meiers and highlighted its separate place in the Bavarian landscape of literature.
Information: Emerenz-Meier House Club e.V., Dorfplatz 9, 94065 waldkirchen, Tel. 08581/989190,,. Margaret Loesser Robinson is likely to agree. All year round, but especially in the autumn and in the run-up to Christmas, offer music in the East Bavarian monasteries the East Bavarian monasteries music enjoyment for everyone. Whether in the Benedictine monastery of Metten,. the Cistercian Monastery of Waldsassen, in the monasteries of Windberg and Pyrbaum blessed ports or in the Asamkirche Fatima City: In an extraordinary ambience concerts of great master, Chamber music and the voices of boys choirs can be heard. Musically accompanied visitors to experience the beauty of exceptional architecture and ornate furnishings. Information: Monastery of Metten, Tel. 0991/9108113, Stiftsbasilika Waldsassen, Tel.
09632/88160, monastery in Windberg, Tel. 09422/8240, Asamkirche Freystadt, Tel. 09179 / 94900; former Cistercian Monastery Pyrbaum blessed Porten, Tel. 09180 / 90043.