The z'Bach Mountain Farm Museum in scenic Wildschönau Valley showcases a collection of historic farm buildings preserved on a single site to get a sense of how families may have lived more than 200 years ago. Buildings date back to the year 1795 and include a farmstead, barn, mill and chapel. Inside, visitors will find an excellent collection of over 1,200 historic agricultural implements and artefacts, painting a poignant picture of the mountain people who once eked out their sustenance from this rugged and isolated wilderness. One part of the exhibition is dedicated to the famous Austrian Hörbiger Family of Actresses and Actors, whose origins are Wildschönau Valley. A terrific time to visit the Mountain Farm Museum is on a Thursday afternoon during the warm summer months for the Handicrafts Market. Franziskusweg, an excellent walking trail with sculptures by Wildschönau-based artist Hubert Flörl, passes right by the museum.