Krapina Neanderthal Museum
The Krapina Neanderthal Museum covers a surface area of around 1,200 m² and is one of the most modern museums in Croatia and central Europe. Find out the interesting story about the life and culture of the Krapina Neanderthal, enjoy the many multimedia components and other contents, as well as very specific architecture. Marked paths connect the new museum with the Neanderthal excavation site on the Hušnjakovo hill. There is a car park for cars and buses near the park.
Review by Teodozja
A great day in Krapina
A friend and I spent the day here. A tour guide took us to Neanderthal Museum in Krapina, to a farm lunch, and to Veilki Tabor castle. He's a great guide, full of wonderful information not only about the places we visited, but also about Croatia in general. I've spent a fair amount of time in Croatia, but still learned a lot from him. He organized everything perfectly, so the day went very smoothly. We enjoyed our tour very much and I'd definitely recommend it to anyone.
Review by Darren
A must see when in this region
A very well laid out Museum, not just Neanderthals. Starts with the "Big Bang" then walks you through to present day man. We really liked the idea of walking through history, but most of all we like the caves and statues of Neanderthal people. Thoroughly enjoyed it!