In the small village of Bech-Kleinmacher you'll find the Musée Folklorique et Viticole ‘A Possen', a 17th-century stone wine maker's house, with a more modern and slightly incongruous side wing. Its extraordinarily atmospheric displays include a "black kitchen," with a ham-smoking chimney, and a cozy bedroom with a four-poster bed and homespun linens; there are museum displays on the wine industry, and a toy collection as well. There's also a Waistuff (wine stube)
next door, where you can taste the local wine and sample dark bread smeared with pungent kachkeis, Luxembourg's favorite cheese spread.
Keeseschgässel 2; , Bech-Kleinmacher, Luxembourg