Grotta di Fumane, Creswell Crags Museum & Heritage Centre and Neanderthal Museum (online)


From Cave to Cave: the Ice Age of Germany, Italy and Britain. Live online tour for adults

Do you know how Creswell Crags Museum, Grotta di Fumane and Neanderthal Museum are connected? Visit the Stone Age with these three institutions from the Ice Age Europe Network and you will discover it.
Did you ever wonder how Neanderthals lived? Would you like to see how research works? What can we learn about us by looking at the past? Sign up to our digital offer and you will travel through space and time: to Italy, Britain and Germany and to the Palaeolithic. 

Language: English

Sunday 19 September, 15:00 - 16:00 CEST

Cost: 9,50€ per link 

The guided tour uses the platform Zoom.

Neanderthal Museum and Museum of Prehistory Blaubeuren (Online)


Treasures of the Stone Age - Online Guided Tour for Families
Schätze der Steinzeit - Online-Führung für Familien


Kommt mit in die Steinzeit - vom Neandertal nach Blaubeuren. Auf dem Weg treffen wir den Neanderthaler an seinem Lagerplatz. Welche Schätze hat der Jäger und Sammler wohl in seinem Ledersäckchen? Weiter geht’s zu den ältesten Kunstwerken der Menschheit. Habt ihr schon mal Musik mit einem Knochen gemacht oder aus Elfenbein etwas geschnitzt?Ihr werdet staunen, was die Steinzeitmenschen uns in den Höhlen der Schwäbischen Alb hinterlassen haben!

Sprache: Deutsch

Sonntag, 19. September, 17-18 Uhr

Tickets: 9,50 € per link/family
 

MUSE - Science Museum of Trento (on site at Giardino Botanico Alpino - Viote di Monte Bondone)


Sulle tracce dell’era glaciale
Prehistoric Treasure Chest

Cosa mangiavano i cacciatori paleolitici e i primi coltivatori? Dove vivevano e come? Da dove arrivavano? Andiamo insieme sulle tracce dell’era glaciale in occasione della quarta edizione dell'Ice Age Europe Day. Un’avvincente percorso a tappe per famiglie al Giardino Botanico Alpino Viote Monte Bondone per conoscere i nostri antenati paleolitici e il mondo naturale che li circondava. Novità 2021: Il nuovo scavo simulato per provare l’emozione di trovare un reperto archeologico.

On the occasion of Ice Age Europe Day 2021 MUSE presents the second edition of the prehistoric treasure chest at the Botanical Garden of Viote. The dozens of flowerbeds in the Botanical Garden, home to hundreds of species of mountain plants from all over the world, provided the inspiration for explaining what our prehistoric archaeologists have discovered so far.

An exciting 5-stage hunt allows family groups to work their way through the Botanical Gardens on their own!

More information: https://www.muse.it/it/Esplora/Eventi-Attivita/Archivio/Pagine/Ice-Age-Europe-Day-2021.aspx


Caves of Santimamiñe and Bizkaia Museum of Archaeology (on site)


11:00

Bizkaiko Paleolitoari buruzko bisita gidatu monografikoa.Joseba Rios Garaizar arkeologoak gidatua.
Una visita guiada monográfica sobre el Paleolítico de Bizkaia que será conducida por el arqueólogo, especialista en Paleolítico, Joseba Rios Garaizar.
A dedicated visit to the museum, guided by the archeologist Joseba Rios Garaizar, about the Paleolithic heritage from Biscay.

11:30
Giza hezurrak aztertzen dituen familia tailerra, gure jatorria eta Bizkaian Izotz Aroan bizi izan ziren gizakiak ezagutzeko.
Taller familiar dedicado al estudio de los huesos humanos para conocer nuestro origen y como eran las personas que habitaron Bizkaia en la Edad de Hielo.
Family workshop dedicated to the study of human bones to learn about our origin and what the people who inhabited Bizkaia in the ice age were like.

egun osoa (Santimamiñen)
todo el día (Santimamiñe)
all day (in Santimamiñe)
Santimamiñeko kobazuloaren atarira eta 2Dko erreplika birtualera bisita gidatua.
Visita guiada al vestíbulo de la cueva de Santimamiñe y a la réplica virtual en 2D.
Guided tour of the Santimamiñe cave entrance and the 2D virtual replica.

https://bizkaikoa.bizkaia.eus


Archäopark Vogelherd (on site)

Am Platz des Feuers kochen wir mit selbst gesammelten Kräutern in der Kochgrube mit heißen Steinen eine Suppe, lernen viel über die Ernährung in der Steinzeit und machen Feuer mit Pyrit, Feuerstein und Zunderschwamm. 

www.archaeopark-vogelherd.de