The archaeological site is located inside the Parc Départemental Haute-Île.
Some archaeological remains were unearthed in the Parc of Haute-Ile during redevelopment of the site in 1999. Traces of human occupation were discovered on the site dating back to Prehistoric times.
This open air museum offers some reconstitutions of the daily life of our ancestors: habitat, tools, clothes, etc., as well as the climate in which they lived and the environment in which they evolved.
The Mesolithic pole is open since 2008, it presents the way of life of the nomad populations around farming, hunting and fishing.
A second pole is dedicated to the Neolithic period with a reconstitution of a village. The populations of that period settled themselves and developed farming breeding and agriculture, as well as the techniques and tools that are associated to that period.
A third pole is dedicated to antiquity, with a reconstitution of a Gallic farm and a Gallo-Roman craftsman’s area.
The objects found during excavation serve for the reconstitutions of that era. People can visit these excavations sites to discover archaeology trades and their research methods. This archaeological site has also the vocation of collecting archaeological data.
The archaeological site proposes free workshops around archaeology and ancestral practices: basketwork, creation of jewellery, etc.
Discover the different excavation sites and sites dedicated to archaeology in the department of Seine Saint Denis 93.
The archaeological site proposes a special programme for heritage days.