Along with collecting, keeping and displaying/communicating, researching is one of the traditional core tasks of a museum. Researching also includes documentation and scientific investigation.
Currently no research project is running.
... contains objects from popular traditions and everyday culture, ergological objects, items related to occasions and customs;
... covers the era of preindustrial society from the 17th century up to the present day, with an emphasis on the period between 1850 and 1950;
... reflects interests and developments in ethnology and fulfils the tasks of an ethnological and open-air museum with objects from rural life and inventory groups such as popular religious practices, popular medicine, popular art, clothes and textiles, handicrafts and implements, furniture and furnishings, historical photographs, items from the archives, winegrowing, hunting and fishing, and musical instruments.