Life in the Middle Ages Exhibition

p5071095This experimental archaeological exhibition depicts the life in the countryside and towns as well as the life of noblemen and clerics at the end of the Middle Ages period (13th -16th century). Displays of farming activities, crafts, living conditions, cooking, weaponry, hunting, trade and means of transport are presented through archaeological finds as well as boards with images. The third floor of the Museum houses the Graphic Department of the museum and may serve as a venue for short-term exhibitions.