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The initial introduction to the museum is in a round room and visual. It was in German but that didn't matter as the moving images and film made the history of the stilt houses understandable. It was amazing to see images representing the houses being...More
Every explanations board is in German, English and French. This is made in such way this is very interesting for all kind of people, even young one.
You can have pick nick into the playground area.
We were so glad we planned a visit. The admission is only €10 (€8 for students). Great bang for your buck! You can easily spent 2+ hours here wandering through the many different houses. Each house has a story to tell; volunteer staff are happy...More
Interest topic (rebuilt village from 6,000 years ago), but you can appreciate it only if you speak German. Most panels are in local language, a few with English translation.
You can walk around pileworks, with furniture inside, but understand only a little.
Parking in the...More
The museum is excellently laid out and offers fun tours, while there are supposedly tours in languages other than German, it would be simpler to just put subtitles at the first stages of the museum. Otherwise really good museum.
This is rightly a unesco world heritage site, a reconstruction of iron age pile dwellings with a matching audio visual experience and museum. The site is very well presented and the guides who give the walking tours are very knowledgeable and deliver information in a...More
Pictures of the village looked really nice and being a UNESCO sure we decided to make a detour to visit this place. Oh boy what a big mistake this was! The reconstruction of everything inside made it look really educational for a young kid but...More
It is a pleasant 45 min (3 km) walk from the beautiful pigrimage church of Birnau past a nature reserve to the Pfahlbaumuseum in the attractive village of Unteruhldingen. Entrance fee is 10 EUR for adults, with discounts for students and children depending on age....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.