The museum and prehistoric pile village on the shore of Lake Constance displays reconstructed villages from the Neolithic Age as examples of the UNESCO-protected pile dwellings. The houses are connected by wide footbridges. Group tours are available for partially sighted or deaf visitors, as well as for people with learning difficulties.
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