• Attractions
  • Grottoes and caves
  • Museum or Interpretation Centre

This excavation site, still active an open to the public, is one of the Prehistoric locations in Belgium.

Tens of thousands of years ago, this cave was a passing place for Neandertals. The Sclandina child, a skeleton from that era, remains the most important anthropological discovery of the 20th century in the country.

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Your visit

Guided tours only! An archaeologist will show you around, share his passion for his trade (and how much patience it requires).

Between April and October (Mondays to Fridays, from 10 am to 3 pm), with a tablet, you can follow the discovery trail: 25 stops retrace the history of the work led in Scladina.

In July, you will get the chance to see students in archaeology at work.

Unique prehistoric remains

In the 'Espace muséal d'Andenne, you will see:

  • hundreds of thousands of bones of prehistoric animals 
  • 20,000 tools made by Neandertals
  • 19 remains of the Scladina child
COVID : We do our best to keep you informed. It's best, however, to check the latest news with the attraction you are visiting, or operator you have booked an activity with. The Covid Safe Certificate is mandatory, as is wearing masks for anyone over the age of 6. Planning to go for a walk in the Haute Fagnes, enjoy the magic of Christmas, maybe find a place for a well deserved break? Read our travel advice.
This information is given for indication purposes only, best to check with the site you hope to visit before heading there - by phone, email, social media or simply by visiting their website.

Equipement

Cafe - Shop - Car parking - Cycle rack - Parking

Visites

Guide available/groups - EN - FR

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