Pfahlbaumuseum Unteruhldingen (German for' Stilt house museum') is an open-air archeological museum on Lake Constance (Bodensee) in Unteruhldingen, Germany, consisting of reconstructions of stone houses or lake dwellings from the Neolithic Stone Age and Bronze Age. It is rightly an unesco world heritage site, a reconstruction of iron age pile dwellings with a matching audio visual experience and museum. The site is very well presented and the walking tours guides are very knowledgeable and provide information in a very clear manner-and sometimes with some humor. Beware-if you're looking for a theme park, this isn't it, but adults and interested children will be transported back to a bygone age. Recommended hugely.
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