Archaeological Open-Air Museum

Skansen Archeologiczny Karpacka Troja (PL)

Member of EXARC
Yes

The archaeological open-air museum the Carpathian Troy, a branch of Podkarpackie Museum in Krosno, has been created to protect and promote one of the most important archaeological sites in Poland – the hillfort in Trzcinica. The museum is located in the area of West Carpathian Mountains, just near one of the most easily accessible passes in the whole Carpathian massif. 

The archaeological open-air museum the Carpathian Troy, a branch of Podkarpackie Museum in Krosno, has been created to protect and promote one of the most important archaeological sites in Poland – the hillfort in Trzcinica. The museum is located in the area of West Carpathian Mountains, just near one of the most easily accessible passes in the whole Carpathian massif...

Archéosite de Pont Croix 1358 (FR)

Member of EXARC
No

The Archéosite de Pont Croix 1358 presents everyday life in Brittany in the middle of the 14th century. The site is managed by an association for historical reconstruction. For 10 years, we are interested in the period 1340-1360 and in addition to our military company, we decided in 2015 to embark on the adventure of building a Breton village.

We recreate homes, crafts houses and military structures, to create a complete visit to a village reconstructed from this time. We build the buildings with materials from nearby, the wood comes from the trees of the nearby forest and the clay for the mud walls is extracted at the village. We only use reconstructed tools for our constructions in order to better understand the problems encountered then.

The site opens every day in July and August from 14:00h until 18:30h. 

IJzertijdboerderij Dongen (NL)

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Yes

The Iron Age Farm Dongen is a project in which a group of enthusiastic volunteers since 2005 visitors want to show, feel, hear, smell, in short experience the life in the Iron Age in the South Netherlands (800 to 50 BC). On a site of about 1 hectare, this settlement is located just outside the built-up area of ​​Dongen. The people in the Iron Age were farmers. They kept cattle and were farming on fields.

The Iron Age Farm Dongen is a project in which a group of enthusiastic volunteers since 2005 visitors want to show, feel, hear, smell, in short experience the life in the Iron Age in the South Netherlands (800 to 50 BC). On a site of about 1 hectare, this settlement is located just outside the built-up area of ​​Dongen. The people in the Iron Age were farmers. They kept cattle and were farming on fields...

Jarrow Hall (UK)

Member of EXARC
Yes

Jarrow Hall is on the banks of the river Tyne and features a museum devoted to the life and times of a Benedictine monk called Bede (673 – 735). Bede is known for an important book by means of which he got known as “father of English history”.

Jarrow Hall is operated by Groundwork South Tyneside and Newcastle (STAN); an independent charitable trust and a member of the UK-wide Groundwork federation.

Amphoralis, Musée des Potiers Gallo-Romains (FR)

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Yes

In the heart of the Narbonnaise, a dozen kilometers north of the ancient capital Narbo Martius, a Gallo-Roman potters workshop was unearthed in 1976, near the current village of Sallèles d'Aude.

In the heart of the Narbonnaise, a dozen kilometers north of the ancient capital Narbo Martius, a Gallo-Roman potters workshop was unearthed in 1976, near the current village of Sallèles d'Aude.

History in Motion: Colonial Williamsburg

Nikola Krstović (RS)
Boundaries are always an interesting topic. In the framework of the current heritage buzz word decolonization, boundaries might also represent what is “colonised” in every cultural enterprise, or to be more specific, how and why some form of power obtruded its authority, and to what extent. Like almost all other museums, Colonial Williamsburg deals with the past. The past has its own boundaries that...

Vikingvalley (NO)

Member of EXARC
Yes

Viking Valley, Gudvangen - in the heart of the unique UNESCO listed Norwegian fjord landscape - is the setting for the town of Njardarheimr, bringing to life the real history and culture of the Viking Age.

Viking Valley is a two hours’ drive from Bergen (five hours from Oslo). Here, between the fjord and the mountains the Naeroyfjord area was awarded World Heritage status by UNESCO in 2005, and has been described by National Geographic as one of the most beautiful places on the planet.

Vacation in the Past - Effective Heritage Interpretation through Education

Réka Vasszi (HU)
Heritage sites are breathing memories from the past; however, visitors can hardly imagine or experience the ancient life on the spot. In fact, these visits are supposed to conjure up journeys back into the past and park managers should facilitate such experiences by the most effective means possible in order to help tourists gain an immersive ‘past experience’...

Poblado Cántabro de Argüeso (ES)

Member of EXARC
Yes

From 1995 onward, the association Cantabria Ancestral worked with enthusiasm and many friends to create a site themed with the Iberian Iron Age at the Iberian peninsula. The original site was excavated by the Italian archaeologist Vitrubio.

From 1995 onward, the association Cantabria Ancestral worked with enthusiasm and many friends to create a site themed with the Iberian Iron Age at the Iberian peninsula. The original site was excavated by the Italian archaeologist Vitrubio...

Volunteer to building a replica Neolithic longhouse

Would you like to be involved in a unique project?

Using authentic tools and traditional techniques, Jersey Heritage volunteers are building a replica Neolithic longhouse at La Hougue Bie. We need more volunteer helpers and the only criteria are to be at least 18 years old, willing to learn and to get your hands dirty… Managed and inspired by ancient technology expert Luke Winter of Historic Concepts Ltd. the volunteers work hard all year round. Like their Neolithic ancestors they’re undeterred by cold, wet or windy weather...