Great stone grave: passage grave from the Neolithic Age
The megalithic tombs belong to the oldest, human constructions of our landscape, which are still preserved. Here you can find one of eight unique ground monuments from the region around Rerik. Originally, the burial chambers were covered with earth and stone fillings, so that mounds were formed.This passage grave was built between 3100 and 2950 BC and represents a late variant of the large stone graves. About 380 finds were recovered here during excavations, such as numerous utensils and vessels. This suggests that the grave was used again and again as a burial place.For the information of the guests, display boards are set up. On Tuesdays from May to September there are also regular guided tours of the megalithic tombs.