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The Museum of Prehistory in Solutré contains exhibits from one of the richest sites in Europe. Solutré was a hunting site for ever 25 000 years. Man of the Upper Palaeolithic (35 000 – 10 000 BC) trapped, killed and dismembered thousands of horses...more
The views from the museum, built into the the great Roche de Solutre, are spectacular enough, with the views over the vineyards down to the Saone Valley. The museum itself is if excellent standard and there is something to interest all age groups.
Either before or after you've climbed la roche, a visit to the museum is well worth it. It takes only about 20 minutes and is very comprehensive about the history of the region, in particular the rock. There is an English commentary as well as...More
I have been to hundreds of museums in my life, but this one gets the very most out of its artifacts. The site is visible from many miles away. There is a shear cliff standing out on the horizon. You wind your way through picturesque...More
This museum is a gem, especially the kids exhibition (which seems to be temporary - it would be great to keep it as permanent part of the museum). Very nicely done, with lots hands-on exhibits for kids. The museum is located in a beautiful landscape,...More