I loved the street built in the museum, with all the stores and the underground station. We’ve seen a photographer’s studio with the decor and we’ve had our picture taken, like in the old days. There isn’t any way to send the picture by email and that’s a shame, but it was funny nevertheless.
Here we were in the equestrian repairs shop. There were a few short movies about techniques used to make or repair horse saddles.
There is a pawnshop where we could see some objects that people used to pawn. Police officers were visiting this kind of shop regularly, to see if there were any stolen goods. On the street there is a shoemaker shop
Furniture, made from real wood, carved with great skills. It was interesting to read about the furniture shops, where mockup rooms were built and furnished to show how the pieces would look in the house.
This is, maybe, the oldest pedal-driven bicycle in the world. It was a controversy with the invention of the bicycle, around 1840, the ones that look like the modern ones. So, it’s not sure if this is the oldest or not, but it’s the oldest surviving bicycle in the world.