Stone Age Playground

If you're still not tired of the many hands-on stations in the museum, then head for Europe's largest Stone Age Playground. Directly opposite the museum, children's dreams come true and parents can relax in the picnic area.


Play, romp and laugh

A unique Stone Age adventure playground awaits your children on over 2,250 square metres of play area. Probably the most impressive eye-catcher is the pile lance tower, whose highest point rises 9.50 metres into the sky. A slide leads down, ropes and nets increase the climbing fun. There are also some cave paintings to discover in the bear cave.

Kinder auf Steinzeitspielplatz Holzkonstruktion in Outdoor Familien Erlebniswelt

Suitable for children of any age

The Stone Age Playground is set up in such a way that there are various challenging areas for children of all ages. From time to time, even young school classes get lost here and have fun. For the youngest children up to the age of six, there is a driftwood landscape where they can also get wet - with a balance beam and water.

eine Gruppe sitzt im Biergarten des Neanderthal Kiosks an Düssel

Picnic area for a short break

Two picnic areas under the pavilions await tired parents and, of course, children. Just like the Neanderthals of old, you can take a seat on large stones and tree trunks. Tip: Hunting and gathering is not necessary. The Neanderthal Kiosk and the Ristorante Gavi will provide you with food - also to take away.

Familie in Klettertunnel im Erlebnisturm Höhlenblick bei der Fundstelle

Further highlights of the Neandertal World of Discovery

The Stone Age Playground is part of the Neandertal World of Discovery. Other highlights such as the Neanderthal Discovery Site with the Höhlenblick tower, the Art Trail and the Ice Age Animal Park await you. Located between Düsseldorf and Wuppertal, you can enjoy a varied day out here whatever the weather.

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