From 23.03.2024 until 03.11.2024

Daily from 10am-6pm   

All Opening Times >>
Admission fees - Extract

Adults (from age 16 and up)



Children under 6   


Children and youth
aged 6-18


Further Information >>
  • Various guided tours
  • Programmes to join in
  • Materials for teacher
  • Information and Registration
Information and Registration ...


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Two Neanderthals prepare to thrust a spear into a hibernating cave bear.

The bear cave is not there to educate visitors about caves but rather to convey the atmosphere of a bone cave. Both bats and stalactites have a place. There are also traces left by pre-historic man. So the cave has been widened to create space for an interesting compact ice age exhibition. The 47,000 year old cut marks on the bones of the Siegsdorf cave lion are fascinating, as are the skilfully produced flint knives.

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