We are here for you!

Our goal is to give you an unforgettable trip to the Archaeopark Vogelherd. Whether you come as a historically interested hobby archaeologist, with the family, a school class, in groups or to immerse yourself in the Stone Age world, your wishes and concerns are our mission.

Let yourself be inspired by the impressions of the unique park atmosphere, as an excursion destination with an inviting barbecue fireplace or event location.

Who are we?

Let’s introduce yourselves!

We are a certified team of archaeological guides who explain the Stone Age to you, make it understandable and, above all, let you experience it. Our mission is to give you a special memory. Our vision is to awaken in you the same enthusiasm for human history as it lives in us. We adapt our tours, presentations and hands-on activities to the respective target group.

Whether kindergarten children, schoolchildren or historians stand in front of us, we pick up the people at their level of knowledge and inspire with new details and lively tours, because our claim is: to give you an unforgettable time in the Archaeopark.

You ask – We answer!

We answer the most important questions about the Archeopark!

The exhibition area, the information center, the toilets and the small circular trail in the outside area are barrier-free. The way to the Vogelherd cave is unfortunately not barrier-free. Accessible parking spaces are available at the visitor parking lot. At the same time, it is possible to have people with disabilities get in and out at the entrance area to the Archaeopark Vogelherd.

No. The Vogelherd Cave is located within the Archaeopark Vogelherd.
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No. The latest excavations of the University of Tübingen took place between 2005 and 2012. No excavations have been made in the Vogelherd cave area since then. However, excavations are carried out annually by the State Monument Office (‘Landesdenkmalamt’) and the University of Tübingen at various sites in the Lonetal.

Travelling exhibition

For the media representation of figurative ice age art

In a walk-in cave the wild horse neighs and the cave hyena screeches. Long-extinct animals such as steppe bison and mammoth give an idea of their enormous stature. Small tablet computers show the beginnings of figurative art by hunters and gatherers. We are talking about an exclusive travelling exhibition that we make available to interested companies, schools and public institutions nationwide and free of charge.

– Free loan of the entire exhibition system –

Present an extraordinary exhibition concept, and everyone can experience what it meant to defy the dangers of being a physically weaker creature compared to other creatures – and finally prevailing around the world. We would be pleased about your interest and are available for information and appointments.

Barbecue area & event location