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Thurweg
Thurweg
Stage 6, Weinfelden–Frauenfeld
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Thurweg
Thurweg
Stage 7, Frauenfeld–Andelfingen
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Stählibuckweg
Stählibuckweg
Route 908, Weinfelden–Frauenfeld
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Thurgauer Rebenweg
Thurgauer Rebenweg
Route 910, Oberneunforn–Frauenfeld
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Cycling in the surroundings

Studenland-Töss-Römer-Route
Studenland-Töss-Römer-Route
Stage 2, Bülach–Steckborn
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Ostschweizer Wein-Route
Ostschweizer Wein-Route
Stage 1, Schaffhausen–Weinfelden
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Thur-Route
Thur-Route
Stage 1, Andelfingen (Ellikon a.R.)–Bischofszell
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Kartäuser-Fürstenland-Route
Kartäuser-Fürstenland-Route
Stage 1, Stein am Rhein–Wil SG
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Huggenberger-Route
Huggenberger-Route
Route 921, Frauenfeld–Balterswil
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Frauenfeld
Museum of Archaeology Frauenfeld

Museum of Archaeology Frauenfeld

The Museum of Archaeology – together with the Museum of Nature – is located in the centre of the old town of Frauenfeld. The modern permanent exhibition showcases the extensive archaeological heritage of the Canton of Thurgau: Lake Dwellers - Celts - Romans.
During a fascinating walking tour for all ages, you can touch upon 10,000 years of the history of the Canton of Thurgau. The finds from the pile dwellings, which have been part of the UNESCO World Heritage since 2011, provide interesting information on everyday life thousands of years ago in the Lake Constance region. Highlights include Switzerland's oldest vessel made from gold, a wooden Gallo-Roman statue and a panpipe from the Roman Age. On every floor there are interactive stations where children can for instance cut beads, mint coins, dress up like Caesar and write Roman letters on wax tablets. Under the same roof you will also find the Museum of Nature, which is well worth seeing.

After the walking tour, the museum café invites you to have a rest. In the foyer, the museum shop provides a selected range of books, picture postcards, replicas etc. Welcome to Frauenfeld where you can explore the museums!
The Museum of Archaeology – together with the Museum of Nature – is located in the centre of the old town of Frauenfeld. The modern permanent exhibition showcases the extensive archaeological heritage of the Canton of Thurgau: Lake Dwellers - Celts - Romans.
During a fascinating walking tour for all ages, you can touch upon 10,000 years of the history of the Canton of Thurgau. The finds from the pile dwellings, which have been part of the UNESCO World Heritage since 2011, provide interesting information on everyday life thousands of years ago in the Lake Constance region. Highlights include Switzerland's oldest vessel made from gold, a wooden Gallo-Roman statue and a panpipe from the Roman Age. On every floor there are interactive stations where children can for instance cut beads, mint coins, dress up like Caesar and write Roman letters on wax tablets. Under the same roof you will also find the Museum of Nature, which is well worth seeing.

After the walking tour, the museum café invites you to have a rest. In the foyer, the museum shop provides a selected range of books, picture postcards, replicas etc. Welcome to Frauenfeld where you can explore the museums!

Museum of Archaeology Frauenfeld

Adresse

Museum für Archäologie Thurgau
Freie Strasse 24
8510 Frauenfeld
Tel. +41 (0)58 345 74 00
archaeologie@tg.ch
www.archaeologie.tg.ch

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Frauenfeld
Frauenfeld
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Hiking in the surroundings

Thurweg
Thurweg
Stage 6, Weinfelden–Frauenfeld
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Thurweg
Thurweg
Stage 7, Frauenfeld–Andelfingen
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Stählibuckweg
Stählibuckweg
Route 908, Weinfelden–Frauenfeld
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Thurgauer Rebenweg
Thurgauer Rebenweg
Route 910, Oberneunforn–Frauenfeld
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Cycling in the surroundings

Studenland-Töss-Römer-Route
Studenland-Töss-Römer-Route
Stage 2, Bülach–Steckborn
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Ostschweizer Wein-Route
Ostschweizer Wein-Route
Stage 1, Schaffhausen–Weinfelden
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Thur-Route
Thur-Route
Stage 1, Andelfingen (Ellikon a.R.)–Bischofszell
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Kartäuser-Fürstenland-Route
Kartäuser-Fürstenland-Route
Stage 1, Stein am Rhein–Wil SG
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Huggenberger-Route
Huggenberger-Route
Route 921, Frauenfeld–Balterswil
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