Archeosite Et Musee d'Aubechies, Beloeil

(3.9/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • The site includes reconstructions of habitat from prehistory to the Roman period. What is quite interesting is that these reconstituions rely on real sites of excavations. The Celtic village to learn more also on the crafts of the time. Admittedly it was pretty impressive to see a temple and a Roman villa, even if that's rebuilding. The museum space is rich and is interested in the customs of the time. A pleasant afternoon for history lovers.
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  • A must for lovers of history by the quality of its reconstructions and the passion of the people who drive it. A real return to the past. Lots of organised entertainment, a must for children.
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  • Visited several times (alone, with family, with classes), the archaeological site deserves a detour by the quality of its reconstructions. That you're come to see artisans at work (and therefore volunteers nice trying to revive an era that may not have been lived as well... too few sources about the Gauls!), the archaeological site still has something to teach you and always something interesting to watch... also thank especially the gardener who is y knows a famous bit on the various plants used by the Gallo-Roman...
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  • Visited the parc on a sunday in april. Wonderful reconstructions of what could be a Gaelic settlement, as well as a Roman villa and temple. At the time of the visit there were re-enactors at the scene, who made the place come alive. Interesting panels with information for the visitor who likes to dig deeper into history. Place to visit with children, older then 6
  • To visit with family, better on weekend as there are various exhibitions
  • Especially to not visit summer off-season! no animation, nothing to do and put out before closing time, without being able to successfully complete the visit to the Gallo-Roman part... TO AVOID! grabs tourist...
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  • This open-air Museum showcases the life of the people who succeeded in the region, from the Neolithic to the iron age. Reconstructions were conducted based on the results of archaeological excavations: you'll see reconstructions of prehistoric houses, the thatched roofs and mud walls. Inside is housed so that if our distant ancestors were returning, they could again to settle. At the bend of a Gallic home, you can also discover the Gallo-Roman period represented by a temple, a necropolis, a villa and scow (flat-bottomed boat). On Sunday in the season, animations in homes.
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  • Great atmosphere!
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