The museum’s fascinating stove exhibition can be seen in the factory building previously reserved for employee facilities, which was opened in 1917. How many people still realise that coal-fired stoves were also used for cooking just a few decades ago? Some visitors may even recognise an old bathroom stove. These are just a few of the treasures on display in the stove museum. Moreover, the exhibition also sheds light on the social environment and the background to many cookers and stoves. Visitors can learn how the very different exhibits worked and what they were used for in everyday life. Find out about the exhibits’ historical development – and discover a host of home-made stoves!