Thereis a small half-timbered house in Liechtenstein, which is the literary museum ofWilhelm Hauff, a popular German writer of the XIX century. Wilhelm Hauffbrought fame to this region with his novel "Lichtenstein" about theglorious knight of Ulrich, his faithful friend Georg, tender-hearted Maria vonLiechtenstein, and their adventures. The work is deservedly considered one ofthe best historical novels of the XIX century.
The exhibits ofWilhelm Hauff Museum will tell how the exciting story about Ulrich contributedto the construction of Lichtenstein Castle in 1842. They will also remind youof the tales “Little Muck”, “Dwarf-Long Nose”, “The Cold Heart” that are familiarto all since childhood. The museum often hosts animated excursions specificallyfor children - with the animated characters from favorite fairy tales plunging inthe magical world.