New at Lake Dwellings: The goats of the TV-Documentary „Stone Age – The Experiment“
Stone Age Cinema until June 9.
How about sniffing some Stone Age air? No problem for the visitors at the Lake Dwelling Museum at Lake Constance. Next to the original film village, right now the peacock goats Cadiz, Elmira, and Calenzana from the ARD Broadcast series „Stone Age – the Experiment“. Two small lambs are keeping the goats company.
The Museum Team is excited about the newcomers. After all, this ancient mountain breed is very rare – there are only 300 peacock goats worldwide.
Until June 9, 2007, the Open-Air Museum offers Stone Age hands-on activities all around the TV-series. Visitors at the Museum are able to try themselves in important tasks as illustrated in TV-series, such as grinding flour, cutting with flint, crafting of jewelry. The special exhibit with many original artifacts from the TV-series shows how exciting life can be in the Stone Age.
For more information call +49 (0) 7556 8543 or email the Museum at www.pfahlbauten.de, and www.swr.de/Steinzeit.
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