In the gift shop of the museum I saw these mammoths and had a chat with them.
Then we went outside to have a look at the replica houses. I think this one is from the stone age, but I could be mistaken.
It was a very nice, sunny day, so we enjoyed walking around in the park.
Inside the houses were decorated with things the hunebed builders might have had in their homes, like a nice fireplace for example.
And flax which they used to make linen for clothes.
It was dark in the houses, I think they could use some windows, but they didn't have glass yet, so that would be a bit cold in winter.
In the Iron Age house they had wool that was colored with dye made from plants.
This house had a window, but still no glass.
I think this is a Spieker, to store food.
Another relaxing stone.
Here they had some experimental stuff going on with weird statue thingies.
I spotted a small temple in the distance.
It was next to water.
What a nice spot.
After a fun afternoon we left in search of a nice place to have dinner.
We didn't leave alone:
These friendly Stegosauri decided to come with us.
What a fun day!