prehistoric CYCLING TOURS

Prehistoric cycling tours in Southwest Drenthe

If you would like to go on a cycling trip to see dolmens, burial mounds, prehistoric farms or traces of World War II, then you could join the archaeological cycling tours organised by the OERmuseum in Diever. The OERmuseum organises cycling tours on several days along the slopes of the Havelterberg and Bisschopsberg and around Lhee.

Cycling tour along the Havelterberg

With a prehistoric cycling tour you will cross a larger area than on foot. The OERmuseum regularly organises archaeological cycling tours along the slopes of the Havelterberg and Bisschopsberg. A guide from the OERmuseum will take you to the most wonderful places in these breathtakingly beautiful surroundings. The area is steeped in history, from prehistory with its dolmens and burial mounds, to the remnants of the Second World War. This cycling tour through a beautiful part of Drenthe takes about three hours.

Check the calendar for the exact dates of the archaeological cycling tours along the Havelterberg.

Location: departure and arrival at information centre ‘Toegangspoort Holtingerveld’.
Register: wandelingen@oermuseum.nl or call 06 2680 2024
Parking: free car park

Cycling tour around Lhee

The OERmuseum organises cycling tours along archaeological sites of interest around the village of Lhee in Drenthe. An enthusiastic guide from the museum in Diever will take you through the ancient landscape. The cycling tour takes you past an extraordinary burial monument, prehistoric farms, burial mounds, urn fields and ancient farmland. Many of the archaeological objects in the OERmuseum were found in this area. The tour is about 12 km long. This tour is not recommended for young children.

Check the calendar for the exact dates of the archaeological cycling tours around Lhee.

Location: departure and arrival at the Bospub
Register: wandelingen@oermuseum.nl or call 06 2680 2024

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The OERmuseum also organises guided walks.
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Openingstijden

Het OERmuseum is nu gesloten.
Vanaf vrijdag 7 april 2023 is ons museum ‘s middags van 13:30 tot 17:00 uur weer open van dinsdag t/m zondag.

Opening hours

The OERmuseum is closed now.
From Friday  april 7 2023 our museum is open again in the aftenoons from 13:30 to 17:00 hours Tuesdays to Sundays.