Between a rudimentary circle, a tent, a tepee and a hut, when you visit Quinson prehistoric village you will be surprised at the variety of habitats our ancestors built, in terms of both the way they organised the space and the materials they used. Hominidae had to adapt to the geography of the location, the weather conditions and the animals living alongside them.
Consequently, we can see that prehistory encompasses a variety of lifestyles. During Palaeolithic times, our ancestors were nomadic hunter-gatherers. They built very simple temporary shelters. During the Neolithic period, they became sedentary and began farming. They lived in more substantial habitats than their ancestors. Come to Quinson to find out what happened next!