On the "Stone Age Mile" itself there will be various demonstration campaigns on living archaeology (such as making a fire, flint processing and guided tours for young and old), taking into account the current Corona guidelines.
New this year are the Institute for Prehistory and Early History of the University of Kiel with an action stand on the trial cultivation area with old useful plants as well as the "Museum Mobile" of the Museum for Archeology and Ecology Dithmarschen.
In addition, the settlement of the "Middle Stone Age hunters" with the huts by the pond outside the Stone Age village is particularly interesting this year, since this is where the "European Stone Age Meeting" takes place.
With a petting zoo at the Arche Warder pet park, with an information and sales stand for archery and with campaigns by the district hunters Dithmarschen-Süd, you can also get hands-on and get information.
Due to the current restrictions, there is unfortunately no gastronomic offer on the Stone Age mile - please bring your own picnic!