"After The Apocalypse" at the renowned Moesgaard Musuem is an exhibition that will educate you on the disaster that hit the area we today call Germany when a volcano erupted 13,000 years ago.
“After the Apocalypse” is science as well as science fiction. The exhibition confronts visitors with the past and the future: You begin by going back 13,000 years and learn about the scientific explanation behind the eruption through archaeological findings.
Then, in the second part of the exhibition, the eruption takes place as a science fiction-like thought experiment. It is the year 2100 and in a scenario quite similar to our modern society, the exhibition poses the question: How would we be affected by a similar eruption?