From September the 19th 2020 until September the 19th 2021

A multimedia and interactive exhibition giving visitors access to the inaccessible heritage in one of the world’s most famous prehistoric caves!

The Chauvet-Pont d’Arc cave in Ardèche was discovered in 1994. It has been listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site since 2014. The cave contains the world’s oldest pictures with almost 500 depictions of animals and thousands of figures dating back 36,000 years ago. Using 3D acquisition, with large prints and projections, the exhibition shares all the beauty and perfection of humanity’s earliest works of art.

Discover the virtual exhibition of Culture Ministery.

Exhibition presented in partnership with Synops, Éditeur de Savoirs

In the room at the back of the cave, 16 cave lions are represented: felines hunting bisons
© Philippe Psaïla – Synops