HATTINGEN (Reuters) – Those who are fed up with the coronavirus restrictions on touching people are being offered an alternative at a farm near Hattingen in western Germany: the chance to cuddle a sheep. “We have marvellous sheep that love it if they get visitors,” says Lexa Voss of the Rattenweg’ programme, which allows families with children to spend time stroking and petting the animals.
The Henrichshutte Ironworks at Hattingen are more than just a museum: in the demonstration foundry you can watch as iron is melted, and children can follow the Rattenweg (“The Rat’s Path”) to put their metalworking knowledge into practice at the play blast furnace. The LWL Industrial Museum at Henrichshutte also offers guided tours for children.
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