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Very interesting sight! The buildings are maintained very well, the brand new Multimedia show is excellent and the exhibition is informative. The guide seems to be very educated and was able to answer all questions. All in all recommendable and worth every visit!
Archaeologists have uncovered enough artifacts to enable them to reconstruct human life on the site beginning 7000 years ago. The name indicates that the settlement was built in the Late Stone Age on pilings over (or partially so) Lake Constance. Historical interpreters (well informed) bring...More
Happily people flock to this place, and so they should. It's not very "exciting" in the sense that it isn't especially beautiful, nor is there a shock and awe attraction, but the info provided - in English as well as German - provides a fine...More
This re-construction of a village in the stone age is worth a visit. It is both well presented and interesting - and it can be funny too; like when a tourist asked why they don't seem to have any knives.....in this er...stone age village. I...More
As soon as there are enough guests for a tour, off you go. The guide shows you through the different buildings and explains implements and how the people lived way back then. Those tours are in German. If you need another language, check the website...More
This is a great place to learn about how the people in this area lived about 5-6000 years ago, in the Stone Age. Inspite of very limited tools, they were quite ingenious and it's amazing what they were able to accomplish with what little they...More
I loved this place. The only reason I gave it a four is during our visit the tour was in German only. Having said that, our guide was very gracious and we purchased an Englis booklet for 4 € that was very thorough. If they...More
There is a small inside museum depicting facts of the local area, the influence of water, and some artifacts. Outside is the main attraction where you get a guided tour through early homes of the local people and how they progressed over time. No pictures...More
You don't have to book in advance. You can just come and wait for next tour. At the time we visited they started about every half an hour, if I remember well. We decided not to wait as there is a lot of information panels... More
You don't have to book in advance. You can just come and wait for next tour. At the time we visited they started about every half an hour, if I remember well. We decided not to wait as there is a lot of information panels, unfortunately not all in English, but still enough to understand the history.