Located on a peninsula in Lake Groß Raden, the open-air museum provides insights into the life of the Northwest Slavic tribes a thousand years ago with faithful replicas of dwellings and craft workshops as well as a temple.
More than 1000 years ago there was a Slavic settlement with a sanctuary in Groß Raden, which has now been excavated and reconstructed true to the original. The ring wall with tunnel gate, the temple, houses, kilns, fences, paths (with bridges) and much more can be explored. Age-appropriate and museum-pedagogically supervised activities (please register) teach the handling of medieval handicraft techniques and tools:
Among other things, pottery, spinning, weaving, felting and baking can be done. Furthermore, there are exciting theme days, guided tours (please register) and lectures. In the main building, original finds and reconstruction models are on display, among other things.
Entrance fees: Adults 2.50 euros, children (6-18 years) 1.50 euros, family ticket 5.00 euros, public guided tours (per person) from 1.50 euros.