In the reconstructed village complex of the open-air museum, participants experience the everyday life of the rural population that settled here eight centuries ago. They explore dwellings, granaries and gardens. In the fields, wild fallow sprouts alongside sown crops such as winter rye and hemp. There are also typical farm animals of those, including oxen and Skudden, a breed of sheep threatened with extinction, whose offspring from the spring is sure to please not only families with children.
A guided tour explains how the medieval settlement at Krummen Fenn was discovered, what excavations have revealed about the everyday life of the people of that time and how everything is connected: the finds in the ground, the plants in the fields and the huts behind the palisade. The Grapenschenke will provide you with food and drinks in all weather conditions, so that you can strengthen and refresh yourself. You can even roast your own stick bread at the campfire in the village.
Guided tour: daily 12:30 (free of charge)
Note: Please observe the applicable hygiene regulations.
07.07. - 21.08.2022 | daily | 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Out into the countryside: During the summer vacations, Düppel Museum Village is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.!
Price info: until 18 years free admission
Reduced price: €3.00
Booking: Advance ticket sales 14 days before the event at the earliest via ourticket store. Depending on availability, you can also get your ticket online or on site on the day of the event.