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Bread Baking: From grain to Roman bread
How was grain processed into bread 2000 years ago? You will experience this together step by step as you make a tasty loaf in the Roman way. Firstly you will grind the grain in a Roman stone mill before kneading and shaping the dough according to your own ideas. Then the loaves will be placed into the reconstructed wood stove and finally you can take a warm and fragrant loaf home with you.
Mon 1st June, 1 pm, Workshop in English
Sun 27th September, 1 pm, Workshop in French
Workshops in German:
Sun 12th April Easter
Mon 13th April Easter Monday
Sun 3rd May
Sun 31st May Pentecost
Sun 7th June
Sun 5th July (only at 11.00 and 15.00, 11.00 is cancelled)
Sat 1st August National Holiday
Sun 6th September
Sun 4th October
Wed 7th October
Start: 11.00, 13.00 and 15.00
Duration: approx. 1.5 hours
Age: Children from 6 years of age.
Meeting point: Museum reception
CHF 16.–/CHF 8.– (including entrance ticket for the museum)
Tickets must be purchased prior to the event at the museum reception.
Booking through our customer service is recommended.
Tel. +41 (0)61 552 22 22 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are mills and an oven in the bakery. In order to avoid injuries, it is essential that children are supervised by an adult during the workshop. Children under the age of 6 must be accompanied and supervised by an adult during the entire workshop.
The workshops are held in unheated rooms. In cold weather warm clothing is recommended.
Insurance is the responsibility of the participants.
This offer is also available for groups.