Xanten Archaeological Park is a unique open-air museum located in the town of Xanten, in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
Jomsborg - Vineta open-air museum is located in Wolin, Poland. The museum is focussed on the local history of the Slavic people and the Vikings of some 1,000 years ago.
The Yotvingian-Prussian Settlement is an open-air museum located in the northeast of Poland, near Suwalki.
The Passentin Slavic village is an archaeological open-air museum in Passentin in the Mecklenburg Lake District in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany.
The Kierikki Stone Age Center (Finnish: Kierikkikeskus) is a prehistoric and cultural archaeological tourism centre, located in Kierikki in the Yli-Ii district of Oulu, Finland.
The Viking village on Bukkøy is located on the small island of Bukkøy at Avaldsnes, Norway.
Groß Raden was a historic Slavic settlement. After archeological excavations it was turned into a open-air museum.
The Pfahlbaumuseum Unteruhldingen is an archaeological open-air museum on the Bodensee which presents archaeological finds and replicas of stilt house villages from the Stone and Bronze Age.
Experience the Viking Age at the Viking village Trelleborg!