Registration is from 9.00-10.00 am on Thursday 18 November, at the conference venue: Milling Hotel Søpark in Maribo.
Link to conference program (this page will be regularly updated)
The following will provide you with information to help make your stay and participation in the conference more convenient.
Conference venue: Milling Hotel Søpark, Vestergade 29, 4930 Maribo.
Check-in: from 14.00 am
Check-out: 11 am
Breakfast: 6.30 – 9.30 am.
Reception venue: Maribo County Museum, Banegårdspladsen 11, 4930 Maribo
Arriving by car
Whether driving from either north or south, exit highway E47 at ‘Exit 48 Maribo’ and turn left. Then take the 3rd exit in the roundabout and drive another 700 metres. The conference venue/Milling Hotel Søpark will be on your right.
Arriving by train
The Milling Hotel Søpark is only a short walk (5 min) from Maribo train station
The County Museum of Maribo is situtied right next to Maribo train station
The conference venue/hotel are happy to store your luggage until check-in is possible.
Visitors can use the free WIFI at Milling Hotel Søpark to access the Internet via their own equipment while at the venue.
Details on how to connect to the network will be available at the venue.
The conference venue/Milling Hotel Søpark is fully accessible.
The reception venue is only partly accessible by wheelchair.
The venue/hotel offers free parking right in front of the hotel’s entrance.
If for some reason, you need to cancel your participation at the conference, please let us know as soon as possible by contacting the conference coordinator ([email protected]).
Networking and social events
In order to facilitate networking during the two-day conference, the organizers have scheduled regular coffee-breaks, lunches as well as a reception and a chance to get a sneak peek at the Museum Lolland-Falsters new Stone Age exhibit and a conference dinner.
Reception and sneak peek
On day one of the conference you are invited to a reception at the County Museum of Maribo, Banegårdspladsen 11, DK – 4930 Maribo. Only a 5-minute walk from the conference venue.
Here there will be opportunity to sneak peek at Museum Lolland-Falster’s new Stone Age exhibit LOLA, based on the many spectacular archaeological findings from the Syltholm Excavations on the Fehmarn Project.
See program for updated timetable
The conference dinner will be held at the conference venue.
See program for updated timetable.
All personal data received from participants at the LOST 2020 – Stone Age Conference will be processed in accordance with the applicable legislation and Museum Lolland-Falster’s policy on data protection.
If you do not wish to be listed with you name, title and contact information on the conference material, please let us know.
Photography and film
A photographer and videographer will be present during the LOST 2020 – Stone Age Conference. If you do not wish to be photographed, please contact the conference coordinator.
Conference Partners and Supporters
The LOST 2020 – Stone Age Conference on the topic of Neolithisation – Change and Continuity are hosted by Museum Lolland Falster in collaboration with The National Museum of Denmark and Aarhus University.
The conference is supported by The Augustinus Foundation
If you have any questions or need additional information about the LOST 2020 – Stone Age Conference, please contact:
Vibeke Knöchel Christensen
TEL: +45 52 51 31 88 (weekdays from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.)
Email: [email protected]