Charming and majestic, this dignified building has been located here for almost 200 years and housed the Haslach Weavers' Museum since July 2012.
Founded by Milanese banker Nikolaus Vonwiller, the textile manufacturer played a decisive role in the economic upturn in the region. After decades of prosperity, the textile industry also declined in Haslach. The factory closed its doors in 1998. The community of Haslach purchased the desolate building and created a centre for work, celebrations and culture within these tradition-laden walls after comprehensive renovation work.
Right next to the Vonwiller premises stands the former weaving mill of Johann Obermüller. Since 1997, the Manufaktur Haslach has produced its felt and textile goods, which are famous internationally. As the building was in disrepair, the Tourism and Culture Centre Haslach Betriebs GmbH purchased this building and immediately began to remodel and renovate it. In May 2008, the Manufaktur Haslach opened its operations in the new halls.
Haslach is a community in the Mühlviertel that is conscious of its traditions. It is located in the vicinity of the district capital of Rohrbach, approximately an hour away from Linz.
Rates for the renting the hall start at €220.00
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