Wine is the largest local product, so the Krems Museum is also a museum about wine. Before the reconstruction, it was a monastery. Visitors can not only learn about the general history of Krems, but also have a very detailed understanding of the local wine-making history since the Roman era and various folk customs related to wine. In the museum, there is a wine cellar converted from a cellar. There are many wine bottles and barrels. The whole place exudes the aroma of wine.
From Meers along the beautiful Danube River in less than an hour’s drive to Krems, the end of the Wachau Valley, we spent 1 hour freely in the city, just visiting here, and driving to Vienna for dinner in the evening.
Redesigned in the summer of 2008, Krems’ playground is just a 5-minute walk from Museum Square.
The Danube cruise ship will dock in Krems and abandon the ship to go ashore. It seems that every family is brewing wine with a small bottle of packaging. It is very cute and beautiful. It feels like it should be placed in the window for appreciation instead of drinking. The museum’s display illustrates all this. Winemaking is the main business here, and the large vineyards outside the town are the source of raw materials.
This museum converted from a monastery building is usually called a wine museum, because in addition to the general history of Krems, the focus is on the history of local wine production since the Roman era, as well as various wine-related aspects. Kind of folk customs.