Experiments of food-making in past times
This Sunday the Brandenburg State Museum of Archaeology turns into a testing ground. Employees and invited protagonists try to re-enact the making of food in past times, while visitors will be welcomed to have a look around.
Everyone who wants to know how hunters and gatherers were preserving nuts, how flour was made by Neolithic settlers, how a meal was prepared in a medieval round-bottomed pot or even how beer was brewed in the middle ages, should come by. Feel free to watch and ask.
The presentation will take place in the monastery garden and is included to the regular entrance fee.
Unfortunately tastings or activities for joining in aren’t possible in the current situation. The whole activity will be held according to the safety guidelines of the Covid-19-pandemic.