Neuchâtel has been the site of various habitations going back thousands of years. Due to changes in the water level of the lake many artefacts have been preserved and consequently found around Neuchâtel allowing archaeologists to trace the history of different cultures that have lived in the area.
“Archaeology explores the world of those who have fallen silent. At the Laténium, the dialogue between Man and Nature takes us from the present back to the prehistoric hunters 500 centuries ago.”
We had a good play and explore outside and I think we will definitely have a few Laténium inspired activities this week. This is the first time I have take the kids to my favourite Neuchâtel museum and I’m glad it actually stood up to the toddler test.
Stay tuned for more!