The magical world of witches and pagans
Witchcraft is alive! Come and visit Heksia at the preHistorisch Dorp during Mabon, on 23 & 24 September. Immerse yourself in the magical world of witches and pagans with workshops, stands, live music, lectures, demonstrations, dance, crafts and much more…
The weekend is completely sold out. There aren't any more tickets available online or at the cash desk.
A weekend brimming with magic
For several years on end, our festival Heksia has been a source of life energy for everyone who feels connected to the rituals of old and for everyone who’s simply curious about the magical world of witches and pagans. Come and get swept into this world of magic. We have all kinds of exciting things waiting for you at a many-sided festival brimming with magic during the weekend of 23 & 24 September.
Magical people and more
What would you like to experience? Meet various artisans, traders and extraordinary witches. Watch historical crafts at the ancient farmsteads and farms and stroll by unique witches’ objects like herbs, paintings, books and more. We will shine a light on old and new witches, real witches and witches from literature and movies.
Will you join us? There’s plenty to do! From a prehistoric ritual in the woods to dance workshops. Take a break with a lecture by a modern witch or sway across the museum to atmospheric music. Stroll along the stands and score real witches’ must-haves. Follow our Facebook page for the programme.
After movie Heksia
Heksia first took place at the preHistorisch Dorp in 2020. If you’re curious about what this magical first edition looked like, check out this video of the intimate event at the preHistorisch Dorp.
Heksia at the preHistorisch Dorp
- Date: Saturday 23 & Sunday 24 September 2023
- Location: preHistorisch Dorp, Boutenslaan 161b, Eindhoven
- Time: from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
- Pre-sale price: € 16 (sold out!)
Route and parking
Parking is free near the preHistorisch Dorp. There’s ample space for cars at the parking space of the Leeuw Training centre, at Boutenslaan 161. It’s then a couple of minutes’ walk to the museum. If possible, don’t park near the houses in the neighbourhood.
If there’s no space left at this location, you can park at Anton Coolenlaan 5. From there, it’s a beautiful 15-minute stroll through the green zone Genneper Parken to get to the museum. Along the way, you will come across green pastures and wooded areas and can have a bite at Paviljoen Genneperparken or the city farm Genneper Hoeve.
Read all about our address and the route and discover how best to reach us by public transport or by bicycle.