GUIDED TOUR

 

“Bon appetit!” In the Stone Age, that meant first taking care of themselves. First as a hunter-gatherer, then as a farmer and rancher. Food such as cereals, milk, meat and vegetables still ensure our existence today. During the tour of the archaeological Exhibition that goes from its beginnings in the Stone Age to the present visitors will learn what links climate change and hazelnuts, cattle and canned pigs, what pots with pointed bottom tell us about fish recipes and table knife and fork about their owners, what the oldest roll looks like and what is the meaning of the Neolithic Revolution.

 


Location:

Permanent Exhibition

Harburger Rathausplatz 5
21073 Hamburg

Info:

Fee:
3 Euros + regular admission
children up to 17 have free admission

No registration required

Note:
This event will be in German only

Note to our English speaking visitors:
Some events can also be booked in English. Please contact Museumsdienst Hamburg: 040 428 131 0 or info@museumsdienst-hamburg.de

Date(s):

11.8.19

12:00 - 13:00 Uhr