Saturday 9th October: Hessenpark

After a week of space systems and operations it was time to take a break and stimulate the other side of my brain. Christian and Connie arranged a visit to Hessenpark. Hessenpark is a museum of German architecture. Rather than demolishing old houses they are disassembled and transported to Hessenpark where they are reconstructed and restored to their former glory. The ultimate medieval jigsaw puzzle! Below is an example of the before and after. Each of the red roofs represents a house waiting to be built. There are enough houses to keep them busy for MANY years to come.

It was a fascinating trip through history and a lovely way to spend a sunny Autumn day.