“A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots.” (Marcus Garvey)
History can be a dull subject for many and it is certainly not something which is ideal for family entertainment. History is only liked by a person who has passion for it and who knows its importance.
The modern day man is too stressed out, which means that history is certainly not something which will actually entertain him. Modern tech-savvy people enjoy more time using their technological gadgets or recreational parks let alone reading books on history. However, still there are individuals on this planet who take interest in history and who like to spend hours in historical museums or sites. For these people different well-known museums of the world organize different historical exhibitions. These exhibitions do not have a specific day or time. However they are regularly held in different museums of different countries of the world.
The Pre-Historic Exhibitions
The National Museum Of Finland
The National Museum of Finland is a place where exhibitions of permanent nature get updated regularly. The pre-history exhibition began in the museum in the year 2017 in the month of April. The main focus of the exhibition is on different aspects of history. Some sections solely belong to the history of Finland (particularly when they were occupied under Russian rule) and some sections focus more on pre-historic times of Finland.
The pre-history section of the museum gives you an experience pertaining to ancient living and how modern day man is connected with a pre-historic lifestyle. Some worthwhile exhibits of the museums include things like animal motif items, Vendel era LevÃ¤nluhta water burial site and silver treasures.
NMP is a recognized name when it comes to pre-history. The place has a great potential of holding world class exhibitions. The museum has many worthwhile exhibits; however the class of the museum starts once you enter the basement area of the museum. Once you enter the basement, you get exposed to the culture, inventions and activities of the pre-historic people of Taiwan. The place has several artefacts and precious items which depict the ancient way of living. The museum is a must visit for every history lover, particularly at the time of the exhibition.
Natural History Museum Vienna
An entire department of pre-history exists in the Natural History Museum Vienna. The department is an ideal place to visit especially for people who are interested in the cultural evolution of pre-historic mankind. The place is home to several original exhibits through which you can learn about the achievements and cultural developments of early human history. The artefacts here range from ice age to the early middle ages. A gold cabinet is also there in the museum where you can find some of the most precious gold items of early mankind. Similarly Venus cabinet is also open for visitors.
National Museum Of Denmark
The National Museum of Denmark is a well-known tourist attraction. The place has considerable artefacts under its belt; hence a pre-historic exhibition is something which is held often here. The exhibition is home to archaeological treasures such as the Hoby tomb, Egtved girl’s grave and Trundholm Chariot of the Sun. Moving into the exhibition will help you connect the dots between ancient and modern man. The thought process and activities of pre-historic man is depicted in the exhibition. The majority of artefacts here are related to the Danish pre-history.
More Expectations In The Future
The world is moving fast ahead; however, so is the knowledge of archaeology. Scientists are working extensively and there are high chances that more discoveries pertaining to the ancient and pre-historic life may get surfaced in the future. In this article we have not discussed all the exhibitions, however, as a constant internet surfer, you can get more information on the topic with ease. The majority of pre-historic exhibitions can be enjoyed by you if you visit popular museums of the world (click this one by national geographic to know about popular museums of the world).