Stone Age Action - Archery and Fire Making


Individual offer

The museum team will take you on an exciting journey through human history.

Did you know that red-haired Neanderthals existed? Learn interesting facts and curiosities from the life of Neanderthals. Test your hunting skills with archery in the museum garden and learn the technique of making fire.

The "Stone Age Action" includes admission to the museum and a guided tour of the permanent exhibition as well as archery and making fire in the museum garden.

Duration: about 2 hours

Good to know

Arrival & Parking

By car
From the south on the A3 northbound, exit at the Hilden junction. Follow the signs to Hochdahl/Erkrath/Mettmann.

Coming from the north on the A3 heading south, take the Mettmann exit. Follow the B7 "Südring" and exit at Talstraße "Neandertal". Follow Talstraße to the right.

Public parking spaces are located opposite the museum.

Arrival by public transport
Regional train (S 28)
Neanderthal stop, 800 m walk to the museum.

S-Bahn (S 8)
Hochdahl stop, 25-minute walk to the museum

Coming from the train station, keep right and turn left into Thekhaus street.
The Neanderthal Museum cannot be reached on foot via Feldhof Street.

Bus line (741)
Neanderthal/Museum stop, directly in front of the museum

Bus line (743)
Neanderthal/Museum stop, directly in front of the museum

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Price information

€193 + admission (from €18,00 per person for a group size of 30 people)
Bookable on request from March to November

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