Really informative, modern museum. Starts off with a 5 min movie on the lives of a group of Neanderthals featured throughout the museum. All exhibits feature English descriptions posted on the wall. We purchased audio guides for 10 kuna each (they ask for your passport to ensure you return the device at the end) but didn't really need them since the exhibits posted pretty much the same info. Clean bathrooms. Service desk spoke English. You're not allowed to take photos in the museum. Some opportunities to take your photo inside a Neanderthal "photo booth" and you can purchase printed copies in the gift shop at the end. After you leave the building, there is a small path to the site just before you exit through a gate. We spent about an hour there but could have easily stayed longer. Paid parking lot across the street.
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