In the only Celtic village of the Bavarian Forest you can experience the prehistory and early settlement of the Bavarian Forest up close.
The Celtic village was reconstructed on findings from the 12th – 2nd century BC. Everything is to touch and try.
From bread baking, to forging, pottery, jewelry making, felting to archery and many other events and actions, all areas of Celtic life can be tried and experienced.
The Celtic village is inhabited by animals all year round. Skudden sheep make their rounds in the whole area, ponies graze peacefully in the pasture and the pygmy goats moan cheerfully.
A place that invites you to linger.
Opening hours from 18.04.2019 to 03.11.2019
Thursday to Sunday and on Bavarian public holidays
from 10:00 to 18:00 (last admission 17:00)
Opening hours from 04.11. up to 30.11.2019
Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 to 17:00
Company holidays from 01.12. until 26.12.2019
Entrance fees 2019 (including audio guide)
|Entry ticket||6,50 €|
| Reduced admission|
(on presentation of the ID card, guest cards, handicapped, pupils, students, seniors)
|Family ticket (2 adults + own children)||13,00 €|
|Dogs, linen required||free|
Gabreta – Das Keltendorf im Bayerischen Wald
Phone: +49 (0) 85 55/ 40 73 10