More information on visiting and registering at the Weber Museum at Joppenholzstraße 6 - with its 300 exhibits and a multimedia installation - can be found here:
"The regional history of spinning, weaving, fulling and dyeing goes back to the 16th century, when Walloons, who were persecuted in their homeland for their beliefs, settled in the Lambrecht Valley and established the weaving trade From the 19th century to the closure of the last cloth factory in 1966, visitors take an interesting journey through history. - There were also three cloth factories in Lindenberg. - In 2015, Gerald Lehmann, who was already involved in history at a young age, the idea of installing a Weber museum in his home. The time had come in 2018. The museum was able to open 450 years after the Walloons moved into Lambrecht. "
May 3, 2021
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