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Neolithic Village (BG)

Neolithic Village is an Archaeological Thematic Complex that offers reconstructions of a Neolithic house and of а Chalcolithic pile dwelling, a Museum with a collection of early Thracian treasuries, weapons, ceramics, coins and a replica of the mural from the Tomb of Alexandrovo.

Keltendorf Mitterkirchen (AT)

At Mitterkirchen, in the local area called Lehen you will get acquainted with the life back 2700 years ago, in the Iron Age period referred to as the Hallstatt Era. Excavations of about 80 graves took place here in the 1980s leading to the construction of an archaeological open-air museum with over 20 houses and workshops...

Förderverein Mittelalterzentrum Vechta e.V. (DE)

The association wants to create a better understanding of European and German history, especially the history of the historical Vechta region. Our work should remarkably differ from the stereotype of an old-fashioned museum...

Freilichtmuseum Heuneburg - Keltenstadt Pyrene (DE)

The open air museum Heuneburg Keltenstadt shows reconstructed buildings on the Heuneburg plateau. The Heuneburg itself is a prehistoric hill site at the upper course of the Danube between Ulm and Sigmaringen. It is one of the most well-known Celtic sites in Central Europe...

Archäologischer Park Cambodunum (APC) (DE)

In the 1st century AD, Cambodunum, situated at present day Kempten, was the administrative centre of the province Rhaetia before this changed to Augusta Vindelicum, present day Augsburg...

Flag Fen (EN)

In 1982, in the local fenlands of Peterborough, wooden timbers were accidentally brought to light. It was the time of the heavy draining of these areas. An archaeological team, lead by Francis Pryor discovered they belonged to a post alignment dating back to the Bronze Age, leading into the fens for over 1 kilometre...

Museum Burghalde Lenzburg (CH)

Our museum saves, researches, exhibits and interprets all periods from Palaeolithic up to the industrial period. With our archaeological collection, we organise workshops and exhibitions about experimental archaeology...

Villa Nova Uhřínov (CZ)

In the foothills of the Orlické mountains, the association Villa Nova started constructing an archaeological open air museum in 1993. There are a few houses, a smithy, a pottery workshop, kilns, a tar extracting site, all based on archaeological sites in the region, dating to the 13th and 14th century...

Celtic Harmony (EN)

Celtic Harmony Camp is a reconstructed Iron Age settlement and education centre providing natural & cultural heritage education. Hands-on activities and events based on Britain's Celtic culture promote a more sustainable way of life in harmony with the natural world...

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