The Bay of the Bones Museum is a replica of a village built on poles in the lake, dating from the Bronze and early Iron Age. It's lovely to wander around the little houses, which seem very comfortable despite their primitiveness, and imagine what life was like back then.
Take a picnic up the hill which has plenty of sheltered picnic tables and enjoy the view over the lake, the Roman walls and the museum. The ticket man was one of the friendliest we've ever met - he even offered us his last chocolate biscuits! A wonderful day out!
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