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Archäologisches Museum Oldendorf/Luhe
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Oldendorf (Luhe): Archaeological Museum

Amelinghausener Str. 16b
21385 Oldendorf (Luhe)
Telefax: Booking of guided tours 04132-930551


Family ticket (2 adults, 2 children//7,00 €
Reduced rate (students, pupils, military and civil service)//2,00 €
Adults//3,00 €
10 - 17 //2,00 €
School groups (per pupil)//1,00 €
Children up to 9 free,00 €
Annual membership (as of February 2010)//12,00 €
Groups (from 10 people)//2/,00 €


Tuesday - Friday14:00 - 17:00
Saturday10:00 - 12:00 and 14:00 - 17:00
Sunday and holidays10:00 - 16:00

Oldendorf (Luhe): Archaeological Museum

In 2005, Oldendorf/Luhe Archaeological Museum opened in the "Schemmes Hus", which was built by Oldendorf teacher Johann Christoph Schmidt in 1750 as a school and residential building. It connects the burial mound finds of Totenstatt with the impressive and well-known megalithic tombs in the area.

Thematically, the exhibition is devoted almost exclusively to the migration of the first farmers and the establishment of their tombs in Luhetal. This historic key event dates back to the Neolithic era of funnel beaker culture, which began in this heathland region around 3700 BC.

Aspects of the living world and the realm of the dead are portrayed; these were understood by the people then as two sides of a coin. Without the belief in a life after death, the enormous effort required of the small communities to build the monumental megalithic tombs would be unthinkable.

Every first Monday of the month at 19:30, the lecture series "cultural evening" takes place in Oldendorf/Luhe Archaeological Museum.

Please book guided tours of the museum and Totenstatt in plenty of time!


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