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The Almdorf Ammertal 
Retail Store

Inside our retail store, near the Neuschwanstein castle and Oberammergau, you will find a wonderful selection of fine woodcarvings and collectibles. Our retail store has items from our Online-Shop plus much more... we try to find unique merchandise for our customer's shopping satisfaction. The Bavarian miniature village is situated in a house created by old traditioned Lueftlmalerei. Piece of splendor is a three meters high night watchman at the store-front.


Christmas Collectibles

Beer Steins


The Bavarian 
Miniature Village


Nativity Scenes

Entering the Almdorf Ammertal is like stepping into a true Old World atmosphere with Alpine Yodeling and Folkmusic playing in the background. Here you can find valuable woodcarvings, nativity scenes, madonnas, angels, Saints, Toys, Tree Spirits, Cuckoo clocks, Beer Steins and numerous little things, which are lovely "Mitbringsel"  for a few Marks. Items are selected for quality, usefulness and price so that you may be assured of receiving the best items for your money. The nearby objects of interest like the Wies church, the Neuschwanstein castle, Oberammergau, Linderhof, Garmisch, the monastery Ettal and the numerous recovery - and winter sports possibilities are very suitable to combine shopping with sightseeing.


Cuckoo Clocks

Some of our specialties are:

  • Valuable Woodcarvings
  • Beer Steins
  • Musical Cuckoo Clocks from the Black Forest
  • Music Boxes
  • Nutcrackers and Smokers
  • Pewter
  • Christmas Collectibles
  • Alpine Jewelry
  • Many Other Exclusive Collectibles
How to find us:

Almdorf Ammertal is located approximately 9 miles northwest of Oberammergau

Almdorf Ammertal
Echelsbach 7 1/2
82435 Bad Bayersoien
Germany

Almdorf Ammertal - Traditional Bavarian Art

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