The EMA presents its new temporary exhibition from June 24 in Andenne!
Discovered in the Ardèche in 1994, the Chauvet cave is a Unesco World Heritage Site.
Sumptuous animal figures, hands, abstract signs... The paintings and engravings made on the walls 36,000 years ago (15,000 years before Lascaux) are perhaps the oldest in the world!
Further on in the cave, a bear skull is enthroned on its stone block. Other blocks have been moved. Were they used as benches? To whom? Why were they used? Who were the Chauvet artists? What were they doing in the cave?
Come and admire this great masterpiece of humanity thanks to the exceptional rendering of 3D photography in two immersive tours with audio guide, one of which is specially adapted for children and families.
All summer long, take advantage of a 1 day 2 caves pass and benefit from a reduced rate on your visit to the exhibition and to the Scladina cave!

Espace Muséal d'Andenne (Phare) - Promenade des Ours, 37 - 5300 Andenne
Tel : 085/84 96 95
www.expochauvet.be
Opening period: Tuesday to Sunday, from 10 am to 6 pm - reservation required
Site: https://expochauvet.be/
E-mail: [email protected]
Telephone: 32.85.84.96.95