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The Scottish Crannog Centre (SC)

After 17 years of underwater excavations in the Scottish lochs, in 1997 the Scottish Crannog Centre opened its doors at Loch Tay near Kenmore, in the Central Highlands. It is a good mix of experimental archaeology, visitor attraction, an indoor exhibition room as well as an outdoor reconstruction area...

Archeopark Všestary (CZ)

Association for experimental archaeology, project Osada Všestary, connected to the University of Hradec Králové. First higher education centre for experimental archaeology. With much attention for their Neolithic project Monoxylon...

Sagnlandet Lejre (DK)

The Lejre Centre, near Roskilde, is the oldest one in Denmark and over decades, has been example to many. The extensive site was in the 1960s scene for an experimental archaeology village, later followed by an experiment in ethnographic education and now famous for...

Antiquitates (IT)

In the heart of Central Italy there is an ancient land once known with the name of “Etruria” where you can make a real journey through centuries. In this pristine landscape dominated only by nature is located Antiquitates, an Archaeological Education Park, a Research Centre for Experimental Archaeology...

Skäftekärr Ek För (SE)

The Island Öland, east of Kalmar is about 125 kilometres long and was rich in the Iron Age, due to its strategic location. Near Löttorp, a small village in the north, an Iron Age site was discovered, being inhabited between 500 and 1050 AD...

Matrica Múzeum és Régészeti Park (HU)

Just 25 kilometres south of Budapest in Hungary you will find near the E73 an archaeological reservation measuring 50 hectares, known by the name Százhalombatta which literally refers to the “hundred tumuli” which you will find here...

Museumsdorf Düppel - Stiftung Stadtmuseum Berlin (DE)

During the 12th century AD Slavic tribes as well as incoming Germanic groups occupied the area of the modern city of Berlin. Towards the end of the 12th century, a small village was established...

Parco Archeologico e Museo all’aperto della Terramara di Montale (IT)

The terramara of Montale is a typical Bronze Age settlement with pile dwellings surrounded by a ditch with water and imposing earthwork fortifications. Next to the site is an Open-Air Museum with life-size reconstructions of...

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...

Kierikkikeskus/Kierikki Stone Age Centre (FI)

The archaeological exhibition at the Kierikki Stone Age Centre displays objects from the Stone Age. In addition, activity programs in the reconstructed Stone Age Village offer a unique opportunity to experience life as it was lived thousands of years ago...

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