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An exhibition about the town's medieval period and rafting are shown in the Fürstenberg Palace.
One can admire minerals from the Black Forest at this museum. The exhibits lay special emphasis on the Clara Mine in Oberwolfach, which is still operational today.
Alpirsbach is a wonderful town known for its concert events at the Alpirsbach Abbey, most famously the Hopfenfest. The abbey itself is a marvel to look at, combining Romanesque and Gothic elements in a sublime manner. This scenic town in the Black Forest is also known for its unique wood framed houses, which spans most of the older settlement. The Old Town Hall is also something amazing to look at, and the gastronomic scene is fantastic too.
The Brauereimuseum in Alpirsbacher Brauwelt is a great place to get some insight into the traditional beer-making process. The guided tours offered here take visitors through the beer-making process followed at this site. Moreover, the exhibits at this museum show the development of the brewing industry in the area.
Established in the honor of letterpress printing inventor, Johannes Gensfleisch Zur Laden, also known as Gutenberg, Alpirsbacher Offizin is a historical printing house where visitors can have a hands-on experience on a few printing instruments from the past. The extensive innovations found here are considered to be one of the most significant cultural achievements in human history. This historical place displays the development of book printing over the years. A replica of a historical Gutenberg Press made from an old oak beam is seen here too.