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Guédelon (FR)

In Guédelon forest, in a once disused quarry, woodcutters, quarrymen, carpenters, stonemasons, blacksmiths, tilers, carters and rope makers are building a 13th-century castle from scratch...

Freilichtmuseum Petronell - Archäologischer Park Carnuntum (AT)

In the first century AD, Carnuntum was the site of a Roman military camp where the amber road and the limes road crossed. The flourishing Roman Era seizes shortly after the Romans left in the 5th century...

Wikinger Museum Haithabu (DE)

The (re)construction of the Viking houses at Haithabu is based on the results of over 100 years of research at this site. The conservation of organic material allows detailed conclusions about the looks of the houses back then...

Prähistorische Abteilung des Naturhistorischen Museums (AT)

The Natural History Museum of Vienna holds some of the most remarkable prehistoric finds. In display halls covering 8.700² metres the visitor can travel through our planet's history, through the breathtaking diversity of nature and...

Amgueddfa Cymru – St Fagans National History Museum (WLS)

Located to the northwest of Cardiff, the museum was created in 1946 in the grounds of St Fagans Castle. It features dozens of reconstructed buildings, brought from across Wales, and three Iron Age roundhouses based on...

Muzeum Archeologiczne w Biskupinie (PL)

In the wetlands, 80 kilometres northeast of Poznań, 1933, a local school teacher, Walentin Szwajcer, discovered traces of a wooden settlement at Biskupin. The year after, the influential archaeologists Kostrzewski and Rajewski started large scale excavations...

Pfahlbaumuseum Unteruhldingen (DE)

The archaeological open-air museum at Unteruhldingen is situated at the Lake Constance in the very south of Germany. It dates back to as long ago as 1922 when the first two ‘Stone Age’ houses were constructed. All reconstructions since are based on lake dwelling excavations in...

Archeon (NL)

Founded in 1994, Archeon covers 10,000 years of human development in the Netherlands. From hunter-gatherers in the Stone Age and farmers in the Bronze and Iron Ages, through the Roman period and right up to everyday life in 1340 AD, “Archaeo-interpreters” show what life was...

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