The Prehistorisch Openluchtmuseum Eindhoven

This living museum is located in the area between the Tongelreep and Dommel rivers, a part of the Campine that has been settled since the Iron Age (750-50 B.C.). J's. -C.). It contains dwellings rebuilt using the methods of the Iron Age, where volunteers act out scenes of day-to-day rural life in this era: weaving, forging iron, pottery, culture, farming ... The social, religious and cultural aspects are all represented (divine images, musical instruments).

Useful information

Address : 

Boutenslaan 161b

Opening hours

Apr-Oct: 10am-5pm, weekends 11am-5pm

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