At 20 euros for a family of 4, this Museum is worth a visit. It contains collections of animal and human bones and flints dating back 450,000 years found during the excavation of a nearby cave first discovered in 1971 and gives an idea of what life was like there at that time by means of reconstructions and an audio guide in different languages.
The exhibition rooms are getting to the stage where they need refurbishment but that does not detract from what is on offer.
The visit is about 2 hours but as the Museum is in the pretty town of Tautavel, visitors can visit one of the local bars and/or vignerons before returning home.
There is. Plenty of free car parking at the entrance to the town.
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