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Prehistoric painting in the Labenur Museum

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Experience hosted by Sonia

2 hours
Includes equipment
Up to 10 people
Hosted in German, English, French, Italian

What you'll do

The experience includes a visit to the Laboratory Museum of the Nuragic Age (Labenur) but not only. We will guide you to discover the prehistory of Sardinia and the Arzachena Archaeological Park and you can immerse yourself in the daily activities of the Nuragic man by participating in an experimental archeology activity such as prehistoric painting.
You can get to know and imitate the pictorial representations of the European Paleolithic or take those of the Sardinian Neolithic as a model and create your prehistoric painting using the techniques and materials of the time. You will only have ochres and pigments diluted in water or egg white, charcoals, swabs and rudimentary brushes and you will be able to paint your stone plate that you will take home at the end of the laboratory.
The experience includes a visit to the Laboratory Museum of the Nuragic Age (Labenur) but not only. We will guide you to discover the prehistory of Sardinia and the Arzachena Archaeological Park and you can immerse yourself in the daily activities of the Nuragic man by participating in an experimental archeology activity such as prehistoric painting.
You can get to know and imitate the pictorial representations of the European Paleolithic or…

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What's included

  • Equipment
    Materials and tools for the laboratory will be made available. Each partici...
From $15
/ person
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Meet your host, Sonia

Host on Airbnb since 2020
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I am an archaeologist engaged for years in disclosure. In particular, I deal with experimental archeology and teaching. I designed and set up a small private museum, the Laboratory Museum of the Nuragic Age (Labenur) where I carry out these activities with the aim of helping the public to get down to the heart of the period I am concerned with: the Nuragic Civilization (1600 - 500 BC ).
The museum is located in the ancient Arzachena railway station where the green train with its carriages from the 1930s still passes. It houses an interesting collection of experimental reproductions of the finds found in the archaeological sites of Arzachena, as well as a small ethnographic section with original Sardinian costumes. Guided visits, workshops, experimental archeology activities are held, and itineraries and events are organized.
I am an archaeologist engaged for years in disclosure. In particular, I deal with experimental archeology and teaching. I designed and set up a small private museum, the Laboratory Museum of the Nuragic Age (Labenur) where I carry out these activities with the aim of helping the public to get down to the heart of the period I am concerned with: the Nuragic Civilization (1600 - 500 BC ).
The museum is located in the ancient Arzachena railway station where the green train with its carriages f…
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Where you'll be

The experience takes place at the Labenur Museum, a small private archaeological museum located in the ancient railway station of Arzachena. It is equipped with an exhibition system, based on teaching and experimental archeology and therefore particularly appreciated by children and families.

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Cancellation policy

Any experience can be canceled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase, or at least 7 days before the experience starts.

Guest requirements

Up to 10 guests ages 6 and up can attend.

More tips

The materials are provided by the organization and each brings the product made home.