Stone Age in the Rems Valley

It was a great pleasure for us to once again realize an exhibition from A to Z, from the inspection of the inventory to the preparation of the finds and information to the installation of the objects. We were also able to plan and implement seven stations along the newly established hiking trail. We were supported by the Kleinheppach Stone Age Museum Association and the Institute for Prehistory at the University of Tübingen.

In several sections, we use the field finds of a local hobby archaeologist to tell the story of the anterior Rems valley from the Palaeolithic to the Middle Ages and report on the eventful life of Eugen Reinhardt, the founder of the museum The central installation is a replica of an Ice Age yurt, as it might have stood at one of the archaeological sites around 15,000 years ago. It also serves as a media station.