Follow the tour and look at the small bakery. Visit the barns with large agricultural machinery and equipment, the smithy, saddlery, syrup kitchen, sheep stable, poultry house, chapel and more. During your tour, you walk along flower-, kitchen-, and herbs-gardens. Regularly demonstrations take place, mostly on Sunday afternoon, where artisans demonstrate their old professions. Every last Sunday of the month bread is baked in the traditional way. In this way De Locht wants to keep the past alive.
In the restaurant there is a possibility to enjoy a cup of coffee with real Limburg flan, or delicious pancakes and several other drinks. Guided tours in English language are possible, as well as the multimedia presentations.
For children there is a room with several old-Dutch games and an outdoor playground. On Sunday afternoon often special activities for children are organised. Besides the permanent exhibitions, temporary exhibitions can be found regularly.
The museum has accessible toilets as well as an elevator that leads to the exhibition rooms upstairs. Museum De Locht is located within the famous nature reserve Peel and Maas. The area is ideal for long bike rides.