What has remained is the name dedicated to the motto "Home is what matters", a quote from the philosopher Wilhelm Schmid. In fact, home can be many things and locations. But what of all this should actually be shown in a renewed “Local Heritage Museum”?
In the 1960s, the founders of the local heritage museum reacted to increasing mass tourism and the general acceleration of society. At that time, traditional rural life was being abandoned at lightning speed. Equipment, devices, furniture and even entire buildings that had been used, maintained and repaired over generations were left behind. A local heritage museum should capture this past, which shaped the valley and its people, and make it accessible again.