History: In the Footsteps of the Celts – Sachsenheim

History: In the Footsteps of the Celts - Sachsenheim

The different grains and legumes that form the basis of the Celtic diet should be given appropriate names such as einkorn, emmer or pea. Those who wish can dress in Celtic garb, jump into the saddle and take aim at a deer image with a bow and arrow.

Tablecloth woven ribbons invite you to do Celtic crafts, while dice games were used by children for fun in those days. An excavation box, making Celtic ornaments and guessing the meaning of Gaelic words also ensure a playful exploration of early history.

“We are especially looking forward to guided tours with school classes, for whom the subject should be very interesting. We also offer pottery courses for children and adults, organize many children’s adventure evenings by making panpipes or winter bonfires and enable a trip to the Celtic Museum in Hochdorf with an evening tour,” reports Claudia Papp. The Celtic girl “Tesia” guides visitors through the exhibition at the city museum with a puzzle card and Celtic and repeatedly draws their attention to particular aspects of life.


From October 2, 2022 to February 26, 2023, the exhibition “Celts in Baden-Württemberg” can be seen at the Sachsenheim City Museum on Tuesdays from 2pm to 6:30pm and Sundays from 2pm to 5pm. .

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