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April-Oct. Tue-Sun 10 am – 5 pm, July+August daily 10 am – 6 pm, groups by appointment throughout the year, phone +49(0)4361/62 31 42)
The largest archaeological monument of the region is located in Oldenburg. The “Wall-Museum” presents the results of excavations. On the shore a Slavic harbour with boathouses and the world’s first reconstruction of a Slavic trading vessel can be visited. In addition, the origin and the immigration of the Slavs, their daily life, the former importance of Oldenburg as a residence of rulers and bishops as well as pagan cults and Christian missionary work are shown.
4,- €; 15 or more persons 3,50 € per person
children older the 6 years 2,- €; 15 or more persons 1,50 € per person
families 9,- €
10% reduction with "OstseeCard"
guided group tours throughout the year: please make an appointment , phone +49/4361/623142
Arriving by car
Motorway A1, exit Oldenburg/Nord, parking facilities at the museum, From "Oldenburg in Holstein" station about 30 minutes walk or by bus No. 5811,5804, 5603 and 4310, bus stop "langer Segen" (3 minutes walk) or "Markt" (15 minutes walk)
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of the type: Archaeological monument
of the region: Ostholstein