Musée de Préhistoire Régionale

The Regional Museum of Prehistory will help you to discover a million years in a journey of 60 minutes. The building, built in 1907 by Adrien Rey, an architect Menton, home to collections of objects found during excavations of prehistoric sites in the Alpes-Maritimes.

The region of Alpes Maritimes is a place where prehistoric remains are numerous, including the fact that a million years ago it was a prehistoric man habitat in the cave of Vallonnet. In the first room of the museum, visitors can see images of these early men were making tools from stones, hunted deer, horses, wild boars and elephants, in a steppe dotted with pines and other Mediterranean plants.

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