Klaipėda, Neringa

Coastal Stone Age. Archaeology Days in Nida

Free of chargeFriday 18 June, Saturday 19 June, Sunday 20 June

Nida
93012 Neringa

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Archaeological festival will be dedicated to engage the audience with the research of Mesolithic - Early Bronze age settlements located in western part of Lithuania on the coast of Baltic sea and Curonian Lagoon.

Demonstration

Demonstration

Neolithic Village

The festival will take you 5,000 years to the past and will allow to get acquainted with the inhabitants of the Curonian Spit of that time.

A Neolithic settlement will be located next to the Parnidis cognitive trail. You will see flintknapping, amber and bone processing, pottery making and other crafts.

Free

Friday 18 June de 15:00 à 20:00

Saturday 19 June de 13:00 à 20:00

Sunday 20 June de 13:00 à 18:00

Family, Adults, General public, Schoolchildren

Exhibition

Exhibition

Pottery of the Coastal Stone Age

An exhibition dedicated to the Art of the Stone Age pottery will be open at the Curonian Spit History Museum (53 Pamario st., Nida) from 4th June 4 to 5th July.

Free

Saturday 19 June de 10:00 à 17:00

Friday 18 June de 10:00 à 17:00

Children, Family, Adults, General public, Schoolchildren

Schoolchildren :

Preschool, Primary, Secondary school (11-15 years), Secondary school (15 years and up)

Workshop

Workshop

Archaeology lab

An archaeological research laboratory will be located in the Directorate of the Curonian Spit National Park (8 Naglių st., Nida), where everyone will be able to become a researcher of the Stone Age.

Free

Saturday 19 June de 14:00 à 20:00

Friday 18 June de 14:00 à 20:00

Sunday 20 June de 14:00 à 18:00

Children, Family, Adults, General public, Schoolchildren

Schoolchildren :

Preschool, Primary, Secondary school (11-15 years), Secondary school (15 years and up)

Press contact:

Kęstutis Peseckas

kestas@utgardas.lt

+370 69975939

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