The first prehistorical open-air-museum of Styria.
Go on a journey through the time about 1.000 to 700 B.C. on the foot of the magical Kulm in the near of Weiz.
In the late Urnfield period have Celtic settler, due to the propitious climate, increasingly built hamlets. They have built houses, stud buildings with loam plastered braided walls, on house terraces which were knocked out of the stone floor. More than 4.000 years of settlement history lay in the various house designs.
Guided tours only with pre-registration (via phone)