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Archeopark Pavlov

Archeopark Pavlov is a modern archaeological museum presenting to its visitors the way of life under Pálava hills some 30 000 years ago. It informs about the culture of so called mammoth hunters using modern audiovisual equipment (film, video mapping, animation) as well as classic museum installations of archaeological findings. The exposition includes an in-situ archaeological site (in the location of finding). Those interested may use their own clever appliances for connection to the intra web to get detailed information on individual exhibits. There is also accessible the library of specialised and non-fiction literature. 


Archeopark Pavlov
23. dubna 264
692 15 Mikulov
tel.: +420 519 322 126 (cash desk, reservations)


Points of Interest on the Site

  • The construction was awarded with several architectonic awards (Construction of the Year 2016, Top Interior – Public Interior II 2016, Construction of the South-Moravian Region 2016)
  • Archaeological site (stock of mammoth bones) in-situ (a part of exhibition)
  • Archaeological nature trail Pavlov – Dolní Věstonice

Additional Services

  • Sales of souvenirs in the booking office
  • Education programs for schools
  • Conducted tour in the exposition (must be ordered in advance)
  • Presence library (study room) – mainly specialised literature

Special Offers and Events

  • Museums at Night (May)
  • Children’s Day (June)
  • International Archaeology Day (October)


Exposition tour – non-conducted (approximately 40 min), a guide may be ordered for organized groups (approximately 60 min, in Czech language), it is possible to connect to the intra web in the exposition – additional texts and figures for the exhibits (CZE, EN, DE)

Our Tip for Trips in the Surroundings

  • Listed zone – Pavlov village (village square, granges, cemetery, wine houses with vaults, St. Barbora´s Church)
  • Exposition in Dolní Věstonice
  • Dívčí hrady castle ruins
  • Sirotčí hrádek castle ruins
  • Regional Museum in Mikulov (Mikulov Castle)
  • Preserved municipal area Mikulov

No-Barrier Trip

Barrier-free access to the whole exposition except for the in-situ part (stock of mammoth bones – access via a few stairs and a scaffold footbridge, disabled WC, 2 reserved parking lots