Events 2021

Here you can find Information about the various events that are planned by the six member states

We have organized a great program for you, for 2021, but because of the continued COVID-19 restrictions, many of the events and their dates remain tentative, and we will share all of our updates with you, as soon as they are available. But take a look at our Calendar, to get an idea of all the fun things that we are actually planning. The events listed in the “Calendar” are confirmed as shown, with a fixed place and date. The many other events that we have planned are soon listed under “Announcements,” because they do not have a set place and time, yet.

Because of the changing situation with COVID-19, we advise you to check all dates with the event organizers ahead of time. You can contact them for more information and status updates via their provided information.


Sunday, 2024-06-02

World Heritage Day in Germany

Germany's 52 cultural and natural world heritage sites will be presented under the motto “Experience and discover diversity”.
Further general information on “World Heritage Day” is available on the website of the German Commission for UNESCO (in German and English)

Information on special “World Heritage Day” events around the World Heritage site “Prehistoric Pile Dwellings around the Alps” will follow.


Saturday, 2024-06-08

World Heritage Days in Switzerland

Every year, during the second weekend of June, the World Heritage properties open their doors and invite you to discover their secrets, their uniqueness and their extraordinary value.











Friday, 2024-06-14

International Logboat Regatta 2024

The 9th International Logboat Regatta will take place in 2024 as part of the European Archeology Days.
For the first time, the location is Lac de Saint Point in the French Jura.
Wednesday, 2024-10-09

Conference "Archéologie et érosion"

From October 9 to 11 2024, the 4th conference “Archaeology and erosion” will take place.
The subject of the conference is “The economy of littoral archaeological safeguarding in a context of climate change”.

Further information can be found in the first newsletter (see download)