At the foot of the ring wall, in the Celtic Park, a “real” Celtic village has emerged. A village that could have stood within the massive fortress on Dollberg 2,000 years ago. The reconstruction of a Celtic settlement is an essential part of the emerging Celtic park. The settlement currently consists of ten residential, craft and storage buildings, which are based on historical findings and models in architecture and construction. The settlement is surrounded by a wooden palisade enclosure made from sharpened oak trunks, which give the ensemble an authentic character. Also part of the Celts Park is the large natural arena made of bright stone blocks, in which theaters, concerts and other performances take place. An information center for the Hunsrück-Hochwald National Park and the Celtic Park is planned for the coming years on the area of the Celtic Park. From April to October there are regular action days, workshops and archaeological demonstrations in the Celtic Park.
Individual tours of the Ringwall and the Keltenpark Otzenhausen can be booked at any time. Open guided tours are offered on Sundays and public holidays at 3 p.m.
Adults 2.50 euros, children and teenagers 1.50 euros.
August 23, 2018
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