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Archäologisches FreilichtMuseum Oerlinghausen (DE)
The events are the weekends when the museum is crowding with actors and visitors alike. Away from the events, the houses are presented in a clear framework of activities and guides. Besides of a chronological approach, other approaches regard the natural environment or the relation between man and water for example, or ‘time depth’. The museum is focussed on questions like for example:
• How did one live back in the past?
• How ‘real’ are the reconstructed houses?
• What is the role of here?
The educational offers are focussed on the different individual eras present at the museum and take between 2.5 hours and several days. Many combine a visit to the museum with tours through the Teutoburger Forrest, changing and practice. The houses are sometimes as well rented out to various groups for various occasions.
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