The pandemic and measures to protect ourselves and others from it have been with us since the spring of last year, as have the efforts to respectfully coexistence with those who are more afraid of infection than we are. At the archeoParc, we have agreed upon the following rules of conduct and procedures based upon the regulations of the Autonomous Province of Bolzano and our particular circumstances.
Thanking you for your understanding, I wish you and all of us all the best!
Currently restricted due to governmental guidelines: For museum visits and employments a valid COVID-19 certificate (“green pass”) is requested. Exceptions: children up to 12 years, school classes who don’t come into contact with other visitors, acquiring information (e.g. Aperitivo Ötzi Glacier Tour), shopping.
For the access to the cable car during the Ötzi Glacier Tour currently the possession of a valid COVID-19 certificate is compulsory.
Closed areas and daily offers
Hands-on area “How Ötzi Looked”
House Villanuova sul Clisi-Monte Covolo
No reservations are currently necessary for a visit to the archeoParc. In order to avoid crowds at critical locations, you will receive a reservation for a specific time at the ticket office for some of the daily offers, such as for the fire-making demonstration.
Guided tours for groups
If you would like to visit us with a group in the near future and would like a guided tour, you can choose from the following offers and reserve dates during or outside of our current opening times:
c1: “Corona” special guided tour for max. 10 people
Duration: 40 min. during opening hours
Cost: Admission + flat rate for the guide of 35 euros
c2: “Corona” welcome and introduction at the museum forecourt
Duration: 20 min during opening hours
Cost: Admission + 0 euros
c3: Special tour with “Corona School” short workshop for school classes
Duration: 120 min outside opening hours
Cost: 8 euros
c4: Introduction and “Corona School Open-Air” short workshop for school classes in the open-air area
Duration: 90 min
Cost: 8 euros
Our regular offers for groups cannot be completely booked for dates in the very near future and in any case not before the end of the national emergency. However, we will be happy to put together a special program for your group out of program elements that are compatible with our security protocols. For dates next spring, for example, we are happy to accept reservations without any restrictions. Please contact us!
Events and functions
Sunday afternoon craft demonstrations scheduled for this year have been postponed until the 2022 museum season. All events that have currently been confirmed may be found on the Calendar page.
Rules of conduct for a visit to the archeoParc
– Avoid grouping together and keep your distance
– Wear a mouth and nose covering where a personal distance of 1 meter is not possible
– Wash or disinfect hands
Hand sanitizer is available at the entrance, restrooms, and from the staff if you do not have any with you. Mouth and nose coverings are available in the Bookshop as needed.
9th Prehistoric Championship in Val Senales valley
Thank you all for the great tournament! Find here some of the fantastic pics Peter took during the weekend and download the ranking list.
See you next year at Val Senales Championship on 24-25 September!
Find more photos here: Google photo share
And the winner is…
On this Saturday, about 70 participants competed at the European Championship for Prehistoric Weapons. In the category Men Kuno Bay (Switzerland) got the best result, while Joachim Martz (Germany) and Federico Albertoni (Italy) landed in second place. The winner in the category Women is Marlen Mischler (Switzerland) ahead of Helena Martz (Germany) and Conny Heinzelmann (Switzerland). Also the young archers shot like professionals. In the category Children Liam Lukas (Germany) won the tournament, followed by Tom Lukas (Germany) and Gabriel Gulde (Germany).
Congrats to the winners!
European Championship for Prehistoric Weapons 2021
we’re happy to announce the ninth Prehistoric Weapons European Championship close to Iceman’s discovery site in Val Senales valley/Italy on September 25-26!
Information in English: www.archeoparc.it/PrehChamInfo_en.pdf
Einladung in deutscher Sprache: www.archeoparc.it/PrehChamInfo_dt.pdf
Invito in lingua italiana: www.archeoparc.it/PrehChamInfo_it.pdf
Information en Français: www.archeoparc.it/PrehChamInfo_fr.pdf
Looking forward to welcome you at our place,
P.S. Some happy memories from September 2019: http://bit.ly/2P9HtCs
Ötzi Glacier Tour with Thomas Huber (Huberbuam)
What more could you ask for: fantastic weather, wonderful views and great company! Find here some pics of the memorable Ötzi Glacier Tour with the Bavarian climber Thomas Huber:
The participants got a link to all pictures Peter took. Please contact us, if something didn’t work: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ötzi Glacier Tour and more with Thomas Huber
Together with his brother Alex or on his own, the Bavarian Speed climber and author Thomas Huber is well-known and appreciated for several expeditions and first ascents. On 6th of July the UIAGM Mountain Guide will attend the Ötzi Glacier Tour and share his love for the mountains with the participants.
Information and reservation online or by phone (+39 0473 67 60 20)
Some side-events are planned in collaboration with the tourism coop. Val Senales and the tourism coop. Naturno:
5th of July, 21:00: Projection of the movie “Am Limit” in the community house of Madonna di Senales (to be confirmed)
6th of July, 20:30: Multimedia presentation by Thomas Huber in the city hall of Naturno
The side-events are hold in German language.