A vivid historical picture of our prehistoric times is presented by means of Neolithic house reconstructions and Middle Stone Age huts.
Years ago, the Stone Age village of Kussow near the Baltic resort of Boltenhagen opened its doors to guests interested in history. Here, a Stone Age settlement site was reconstructed, which attracts visitors to the small village as an open-air museum. The two-hectare site includes three Neolithic houses, a storehouse and Middle Stone Age huts, and displays old breeds of domestic animals such as woolly pigs and Soay sheep. Here guests can try pottery and weaving, and students can experience history lessons in a different way. Through the huts and ancient vessels and tools, a vivid picture of life in the Stone Age is painted for them.
April 1 to October 31: daily from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Admission until 16:30
1 November to 31 March: Mon - Fri from 10:00 to 15:00
Admission until 14:30