Collection of Ice Age Artefacts and Faunal Remains

From the founding of the old museum in 1937, the Neanderthal Museum was in possession of a number of small collections of stone tools and faunal remains. Over the years, these collections have expanded courtesy of donations such as the Fiedler Collection and the Schmude Collection. As a result, the museum now has exhibition material from the Stone Age of North Africa and Europe at its disposal.