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Pfahlbaumuseum, Uhldingen Muhlhofen

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Tour an archeological open-air museum of the lake dwellings of the Neolithic Stone Age and Bronze Age at Pfahlbaumuseum. Visit reconstructions of pile dwellings ranging from 4000 BCE to 850 BCE as you make your way through the exhibits. Enter the museum through an audio-visual experience, with an English soundtrack available on request. Most information boards are in German, but you can ask for an English information sheet. Explore various houses from different time periods, either on your own or with a tour. The dwellings feature displays and artifacts, some of which are only taken out by the guides on the tours. The museum has a children's playground and several places to eat nearby. Take a look at our Uhldingen Muhlhofen travel itinerary planner to schedule your visit to Pfahlbaumuseum and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • A place you in a few moments back in time. Really fascinating to experience that the people who built this around 14 years old. And when they already knew a tree upside down in the water had to manage to rot.
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  • This museum had a multimedia presentation and then a tour of Lake Dwelling structures that were very interesting. There were hands on activities and displays in several of the dwellings. It was a nice...  more »
  • The pile dwelling Museum was interesting to look at and accessible only with a guided tour. Then it is likely to be again alone look at everything. The signs for the parking facilities are poorly signposted. In the main season there is traffic chaos in the residential area. Before the start of the leadership, there was an introduction vision (including underwater simulation), which reminded some of the Universal Studios, (interesting or cheesy?)
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