On 1 April, you can revisit the preHistoric Village for a healthy dose of living history.
The preHistorisch Dorp in Eindhoven is the replica of a prehistoric village, complete with dwellings and demonstrations of skills used by historic people. The open-air museum recreates life from this and later eras, including Roman and early medieval. Find out how the Romans lived, meet militant Batavians, visit farmers from the Iron Age and go on a hunt in the prehistoric times.
At the preHistorisch Dorp, interpreters dressed in historical clothes bring the history of this province to life, going about everyday tasks and interacting with visitors in programs and workshops. These might include learning to make a fire as prehistoric people did, baking bread on a stick or learning how to make a Roman fibula (garment pin). Prehistoric farming methods, hand weaving and spinning, metalwork and other skills are demonstrated and discussed here. Although very engaging for children. An experience for all ages!