The Teverga Prehistory Park is an original and unprecedented project in Europe. It is a cultural facility that aims to raise awareness of the art of the Upper Palaeolithic in Europe. It has gathered an important sample of these artistic manifestations by means of facsimile reproductions of significant parietal ensembles and objects of mobile art.
Three modern buildings can be found in the Park, designed by the architect Dani Freixes, fully integrated into the environment and in permanent dialogue with the landscape. These are clearly differentiated areas: the visitor reception area, the Gallery and the Cave of Caves, the latter two being distinct architectural spaces, but with a common theme.
The Park is, in short, a sample of another era, a place to know the past and understand the evolution of man, at the same time as discovering the origin of art.
You can get more information and buy tickets at: www.parquedelaprehistoria.es