Brno, Czech Republic

15 Mar

A department of the Moravian Museum, Pavilon Anthropos is a showcase not simply of the stages of human evolution but also of human life in the Czech lands in the Stone Age.

The facility consists of a large permanent display that incorporates dioramas, models, skeletons, period tools and artifacts in a chronological fashion. The permanent exhibition hall occupies three floors and is spacious and open plan with a great deal of natural light being allowed in. There are also several comfortable bench seats to take a rest on if you need.

There are two smaller exhibition halls for temporary exhibits as well as a small cafe and coat room in the building foyer.

For information about opening hours, admission prices and changes of temporary exhibitions, follow this link:

http://www.mzm.cz/en/pavilonanthropos/

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