The history of the Vogtland is presented splendidly in a house once owned by wealthy cotton dealers.
The affluence of the house’s former owners can still be seen today: three buildings from the late 18th century that were once owned by former cotton dealers from Plauen are home to the Vogtland Museum today. They enclose two inner courtyards and bring the Vogtland’s history back to life in the grand interior space. Particularly worth visiting is the ballroom in the middle house, which was designed in the French style of Louis XVI.
Each year, the Vogtland Museum features several special exhibits in addition to the permanent exhibit.