Parque de la prehistoria de Teverga
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Individual visit

The facility´s visitor capacity will be reduced, according to the regulations. Masks must be worn. Recommendations to minimize risks of COVID-10 virus infection when visiting the Park.


With audio guide (through a mobile application)

Using the mobile application as a base, the customer can download the tour in several languages: Spanish, English, French and German. The Park also has some audio guides available to hire. 


Free visit to the Gallery and the Cueva de Cuevas

The Park´s museum area - the Gallery - can be visited freely during its opening hours. It is recommended that you give yourself at least 40 minutes to be able to visit this building comfortably. The visitor will find support staff in the building to welcome them, give brief explanations, answer any questions, etc. 


Guided visit to the Cueva de Cuevas

The Park organises guided tours that take you back to prehistoric times through brief explanations and the interpretation of the reproductions of the most important caves.

  • From 1st February to 31st March 2021, weekends at 13:45 and 17:00 h.
  • From 10th to 30th April 2021: weekends at 13:45 and 17:00 h.
  • From 1st May to 30th June and from 1st to 30th September 2021: weekends at 11:00, 13:45, 17:00 and 17:45 h.
  • From 1st July to 31st August: every day at 11:00, 13:45, 17:00 and 18:00 h.
  • September: weekends and bank holidays at 11:00, 13:45, 17:00 and 17:45 h.
  • October: Wednesdays to Fridays at 13:00 and 16:00 h. Weekends and bank holidays at 12:00, 13:45, 17:00 and 17:45 h.
  • From 1st November to 31st December: Wednesdays to Fridays at 13:00 h. Weekends and bank holidays at 12:00, 13:45 and 17:00 h.

The guided visit lasts 20-25 minutes.

Visits are limited to 10 participants per slot.

Guided visits are only in Spanish.


Guided visits to the bison and horse enclosure

An opportunity to discover lots of interesting facts about the origin, behaviour, diet and habitat of the European bison, the pair of Przewalski´s horses and Heck castle that are found in an adapted area of the Teverga Prehistoric Park. More information here.

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