Witchcraft in Nördlingen
3 days including full board and activity programme
Together, we go back in time to the both exciting and dark epoch of the Middle Ages. On our way through the mediaeval city, we not only learn a lot about the history of the more than 1,100 year old city, we also experience what it meant to be called a witch with the Nördlingen city history.
In a herbal expedition together we learn a lot about the healing powers of nature and what the magical forces in the Middle Ages meant.
Equipped with the knowledge of these days, we will “forge” our own protection amulet at the end of the week, which will accompany us not only during our final battle of the witches, but also on our journey home.
1st Day: Herbal magic and roll games at Hexenfelsen
We go into the time travel to the Middle Ages dressed as witches. The first day starts at the Marienhöhe. There we get an expert guide on herbs and experience a different world with all our senses. Through a roll play game at the Hexenfelsen we learn about the way of life of the witches.
2nd Day: On the trail of the Nördlingen witches
Together we will experience the hustle and bustle of the witches in the historic old town of Nördlingen where they lived
3rd Day: The protective amulet of the witches
We make a protective amulet of witches from soap, which should bring you luck and protection. Then we come back to the present.
- 3 day stay in our comfortable rooms with TV/safe/shower/WC
- Full board accommodation, including an extensive breakfast buffet with a selection of organic options and varied buffet lunch and dinner (including vegetarian dishes and salad buffet)
- ½ day magic, customs, creativity on the Hexenfelsen
- City tour on the trail of the Nördlingen witches
3 days per person
€ 101 (shared room) including programme
Comments & Notes
- One free place when a booking for 20 guests has been made! Teachers do not pay for the activities.
- Especially recommended for 3rd to 7th school year
Booking subject to availability. Errors, price variations, printing and typesetting errors are reserved. The minimum number of participants for each main type of sport, per module (3×2 hours) is 7 people; for outdoor extreme activities, it is 9 people; for trial sports modules (2 hours each) per sport, it is 7 people.