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This museum is very small but full of history! The woman in the front of the shop was very personable and happy to share info about the products. It’s right in the center of Einsiedeln and only takes a short visit so definitely worth it.
After walking through the Monastery we were told of this bakery/museum in Einsiedeln.It is well know for its specialties for 7 generations. We were in search for the famous ginger bread that they produce.
It has a bakery and a museum. The goat stable and...More
... nice little old street and neighbourhood with a very miscellaneous museum, approaching history artifacts, kitchen equipment, furniture, maps, portraits, paintings, documents and documentations of the family business tradition and gingerbread invention ...
We were told about the Goldapfel Museum by our guide while we were in town visiting the monastery. It is easy to find and quite a little gem to experience. The tour is self-guided through the bakery - we walked in to the little storefront...More
The Goldapfel Museum was featured on a travel video I found, so when I was in Einsiedeln, I looked for it. A local put us in the right direction.
The bakery sales floor is where you enter the establishment. The museum entrance is up the...More
We visited the museum of the golden apple bakery in Einsiedeln. The owner (9th Generation!) showed us interesting things and we even had a chance to try the products and taste the Schnaps. A nice hour in a small village with a famous cloister.
After visiting the monastery we wanted to pick up some of the cookies that Einsiedeln is famous for, le blucher. The place is beautiful, plus it's been around for 165 years. They also have a museum that is full of baker artifacts and Swiss chocolate...More
Interesting little museum, free to enter (they hope you will buy some of the produce). All exhibits and explanations in German, so struggled to get all the meaning, plus some of the audio visual exhibits were not working - but for free, cannot complain