Stay the night at a prehistorical farm

The prehistorical camp or overnight stay is all about 'survival':

  • Chopping wood
  • Making fire
  • Milling grain
  • And baking bread are all part of this

You can go boating in dugout canoes and underneath the Holy Oak you can practice your javelin throw. In the claypit, loam is fabricated and claymasks are made. The second day focuses on the pre-Olympics. In the afternoon a story is told, followed by an explanation and a game in preparation. In the evening the group will continue the day-activities individually. The children will be immersed in the atmosphere of prehistoric life. The memories of this experience will last a lifetime.

During the winter months of November till March this program is not available. Prices are based on a minimum of 20 partcipants, smaller groups on request.

Costs include meals, guide and overnight stay. Supervisors at reduced rates.

Sleep over program prehistory 48 hours (2 days, 2 nights)

Location

Cattle Farm; maximum 30 sleeping accomodition for pupils, minimum 5 supervisors.

Sheep Farm; maximum 30 sleeping accomodition for pupils, minimum 5 supervisors.

 

Day 1

Morning

  • explanation of making fire and fire rules 
  • making fire in groups
  • tour and explanation about yard, farmstead and life in prehistory

Afternoon

  • lunch (bring your own)
  • making bread (breakfast day 2)
  • chopping and sawing wood
  • canoe sailing
  • preparing vegatables for evening meal
  • javelin throwing if possible

Evening

  • preparing evening meal: vegatable soup & prehiistoric graindish (pork)NB egg available for vegetarians


Day 2

Morning

  • breakfast; bread and cheese, primeval gruel, eggs and herbal tea
  • preparing lunch: baking pancakes and storing them in a wooden container
  • making loam, amulets and beads
  • rope and torch making 
  • making fire
  • sawing and chopping wood

Afternoon

  • lunch (pancakes with primeval gruel)
  • game 'The Firemasters of Eversham'

Evening

  • Chickensoup, drumsticks. couscous-dish and Dutch yoghurt dessert NB vegitarian burger available 
  • optional; Kingsfall & walk in Genneper Parks


Day 3

Morning

  • Breakfast; porridge with currants, honey and cinnamon.


Prices

€ 55.00 per pupil. Supervisors €37.00 per person.

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Sleep over program prehistory: 24 hours (1 day 1 night)

Location 

Cattle Farm: maximum of 30 sleeping accomodations/pupils, minimum 5 supervisors

Sheep Farm: maximum of 35 sleeping accomodations/pupils, minimum 5 supervisors


Day 1

Morning

  • explanation of making fire and fire rules 
  • making fire in groups
  • tour and explanation about yard, farmstead and life in prehistory

Afternoon

  • lunch (bring your own)
  • chopping and sawing wood
  • boating dugout canoes 
  • preparing vegatables for dinner
  • javelin throwing if possible

Evening

  • preparing evening meal: vegatable soup & prehiistoric graindish (pork) NB egg available for vegetarians


Day 2

Morning

  • breakfast; bread and cheese, primeval gruel, eggs and herbal tea

Prices

€ 27.50 per pupil. Supervisors €18.50 per person.


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Sleep over program 48 hours Middle Ages (2 days, 2 nights)

Location

Noble Farmstead: maximum 30 sleeping accomodition for pupils, minimum 5 supervisors.

 

Day 1

Morning

  • explanation of making fire and fire rules 
  • making fire in groups
  • tour and explanation about yard, farmstead and life in the Middle Ages

Afternoon

  • lunch (bring your own)
  • making bread (breakfast day 2)
  • candle making
  • chopping and sawing wood
  • canoe sailing/ felting in case of bad weather
  • preparing vegatables for evening meal

Evening

  • Mustard soup with beefstew NB egg available for vegetarians


Day 2

Morning

  • breakfast; bread and cheese, primeval gruel, eggs and herbal tea
  • preparing lunch: baking pancakes and storing them in a wooden container
  • casting tin coin
  • rope and torch making 
  • making fire
  • making leather pouch

Afternoon

  • lunch (pancakes with primeval gruel)
  • game 'The Firemasters of Endehoven'

Evening

  • Chickensoup, drumsticks. couscous-dish and Dutch yoghurt dessert NB vegetarian burger available 
  • optional; Kingsfall & walk in Genneper Parks


Day 3

Morning

  • Breakfast; porridge with currants, apple,  honey and cinnamon.


Prices

€ 60.00 per pupil. Supervisors €43.00 per person.

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Sleep over program Middle Ages; 24 hours (1 day, 1 night)


Location

Noble Farmstead: maximum of 40 sleeping accomodations/pupils, minimum 5 supervisors


Day 1

Morning

  • explanation of making fire and fire rules 
  • making fire in groups
  • tour and explanation about yard, farmstead and life in Middle Ages

Afternoon

  • lunch (bring your own)
  • making bread
  • making candles
  • chopping and sawing wood
  • canoe sailing
  • preparing vegatables for evening meal
  • canoeing (good weather)/ felting (bad weather)

Evening

  • Mustard soup and beefstew NB egg available for vegetarians


Day 2

Morning

  • breakfast; bread and cheese, primeval gruel, eggs and herbal tea

Prices

€ 27.50 per pupil. Supervisors €18.50 per person.


Receive more information or book directly.