Visitors get to know the Archaeotechnical Centre with its exhibition and epoch garden. After an introduction to Stone Age archaeology with the centre's suitcase full of tools and equipment from the Stone Age, the exhibition Man - Wood - Archaeology follows in the footsteps of the Ice Age hunters and the first farmers and cattle breeders. In the epoch garden, Stone Age handicraft techniques are tried out and experiments are carried out with the steel of the Stone Age - the flint stone - and fire is made and played with. The project day ends with a hearty Stone Age meal with homemade bread from the Stone Age clay oven.
The programme takes place outdoors and is aimed at pupils in grades 1 to 10.
Dates: by arrangement
Advance booking absolutely necessary: at least 2 weeks in advance
Duration: at least 4 hours (and longer)
Group size: 10 to 25 people
Admission per person: €10.00
Cameras or camera phones can be brought along for documentation.