From a stately farmhouse to houses of craftsmen to the cottages of labourers, from the mill to wine farmhouses to the station buildings, and from the school house to the chapel to the prison and more, the 70 historic buildings range from the 16th to the 20th century. Further information at www.wackershofen.de.
With the day tickets of the KreisVerkehr, you receive a reduced admission to the Hohenloher Freilandmuseum in Wackershofen:
New mobility concept – your benefits
Start taking advantage of our new mobility concept immediately! The combination of public transport and car sharing provides convenient, environmentally friendly, and affordable transport in Schwäbisch Hall and beyond.
More information and the locations of teilAuto vehicles can be obtained from the KreisVerkehr Customer Center Schwäbisch Hall or online at:
In its second edition, the brochure of Hohenlohe + Schwäbisch Hall Tourismus e.V. and KreisVerkehr Schwäbisch Hall offer numerous excursions throughout the county, which can all be reached by bus and train. In addition to hiking suggestions, teaching and adventure trails, museums, and other cultural facilities, various spa and wellness facilities are presented. For every destination, there is information about travelling by bus and train.
The 64-page brochure is available free of charge at the customer service centre of KreisVerkehr. It is also available in the office of Hohenlohe + Schwäbisch Hall Tourismus e.V at the district office in Schwäbisch Hall. The brochure can also be requested from www.hohenlohe-schwaebischhall.de.
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More information can be found on the homepage of Hofmann Omnibusverkehr or here:
Explore the district with the TestCard.
Since April of 2015, those who move house within the district of Schwäbisch Hall or who have recently moved to the district will receive a special introductory offer for public transport in all communities. With the “TestCard”, which is distributed to all new citizens when they register at the town hall of their respective municipalities, citizens can test buses and trains throughout the network area of KreisVerkehr free of charge for two weeks.
With the TestCard, weekend excursions to the Freilandmuseum in Wackershofen, the daily commute to work or school, or shopping trips to the city centre are all possible.
“In the past months, people have been making frequent use of the TestCard”, says Ingrid Kühnel, Director of KreisVerkehr. “We especially want to show new citizens who need to re-orient themselves in a new environment that many trips are possible without a car and that public transport is an easy and convenient alternative”. The first TestCard customers have already opted for public transport and now continue to make use of an annual subscription or a KolibriCard.