The museum does not include a "traditional" collection of finds, but preserves numerous remains "in situ", right in the place of their discovery.
It is also equipped with some showcases where a representative portion of the pieces found during excavations is located.
As of 20 February 2024, the Pleistocene Garden will be enriched with a permanent multi-sensory exhibition route, consisting of 15 panels with relief illustrations and captions translated into Braille, presenting the daily life of a group of Neanderthals reconstructed on illustrated relief boards. The exhibition pays special attention to inclusive dissemination and is also aimed at people with physical, sensory and cognitive disabilities.
Full details at > A special journey... From the river to the sea