Daily program

Daily program


Archeon implements the measures from the protocol "A safe visit to Archeon", which are in line with the guidelines of the RIVM. This protocol has been compiled on the basis of the protocol Club of 11, the Netherlands Museum Association and the corona protocol team of Archeon. Because we strictly observe these measures, we ensure that your day out continues to be pleasant.

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Visitors must book their visit in advance via this website. This way we keep the number of visitors under control.

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Daily program Tuesday 11th of August
Open from 9.30 AM - 5.00 PM

Enjoy the living history of the Netherlands

Prehistory, Roman period and the middle ages of the Netherlands. All 43 buildings, farms and cabins are occupied by our residents. The fire crackles and it is wonderfully warm. The foundry has been busy with the casting of bronze objects. The first farmers, the Hunebed builders and hunters are busy with activities like: edit flint and fire making.

In the Middle Ages, it is a hive of activity. It's almost spring and there's a lot of work at home and already outside. The blacksmith, the baker and the weaver like to show their craft. There are sandwiches and baked wafers and make you felt bracelets.

 

Prehistory
Open from 9.30 AM to 3.30 PM
Activities: tree trunk canoeing, make a fire, bracelet twines*
Roman Times
Open from 10.30 AM to 4.00 PM
Activities: make a fibula*, get a Roman helmet*, march in de legion
Middle Ages
Open from 11.30 AM to 4.30 PM
Activities: archery, sword fighting, make a candle*, make felt*

*activities only with the activitycard

Tour Roman Bathhouse at 11.30 AM, 12.30 PM and 2 PM
Gladiatorfight at 2.30 PM

Restaurants

Pancakehouse the Monastary 9.30 AM - 7 PM
Roman Inn with Pizza & Pollo 11 AM - 6 PM

Archeologyhouse of South Holland and Roman Museum
Visit the Roman Museum with the history of South Holland, beautiful films and many finds. 

Zwammerdam Restoration Yard
View the restoration of the Zwammerdam ships. These ships were excavated in 1974 in Zwammerdam and are being restored in the Zwammerdam Restoration yard at Archeon.

 

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