Ice Age Tour

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What did it look like in the Ice Age? Which animals moved through the Ice Age mammoth steppe, and how did people live in Europe during the last Ice Age? A tour of the Ice Age game reserve provides answers to these questions and encounters with today's animal inhabitants of the Neander Valley.
  • Meeting point: S-Bf Hochdahl-Millrath, 40699 Erkrath
  • Duration of the tour: 2:30 hours.
  • Length of the tour: 4 km
  • Cost: €0,00 | Children €0,00
  • Participants: max. 25
  • Food: Backpack food
  • Guest guide/organizer: Hanna Walter / Ice Age game reserve Neandertal
Registration: until May 30.05.24, 0173, Tel. 2817352 XNUMX, Email: hegemeister@kreis-mettmann.de

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Office for Culture and Tourism

Düsseldorfer Strasse 26
40822 Mettmann

0049 2104 99-0

info@neanderland.de

Organization

Appointment overview

Friday, May 31.05.2024th, XNUMX

17: 00 - 19: 30

Sunday, May 02.06.2024th, XNUMX

11: 00 - 13: 30

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Ice Age game reserve in the Neandertal

Thekhauser Quall 2
40699 Erkrath

hegemeister@kreis-mettmann.de

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