Archaeological Park Divje Babe, which lies in the area of the Idrija and Cerkno hills, is one of the most important archaeological sites of the Early Stone Age in the world. In a steep and rocky slope, which descends from the Šebrelje plateau into the valley of the Idrijca river, a cave lies hidden. Bones from more than 60 different animal types (among which the cave bear prevails), stone and bone tools and remains of fire pits of the ice-age humans were found in the cave.
Divje Babe is an archaeological site dating back to the period of the middle (Mousterian) and early upper Palaeolithic (Aurignacian). The multi-layered archaeological site is chronologically dated with various radiometric dating methods. The age of dated layers ranges from 35,000 to 116,000 years. The youngest layers that have been researched so far and yielded Palaeolithic finds, were made in the age of the last Neanderthals and first anatomically modern humans.
Digitalizacija Arheološkega najdišča Divje babe
Obogatitev edinstvene izkušnje boste doživeli z novo pridobitvijo digitaliziranega Arheološkega najdišča Divje babe I, saj gre za prvo digitalizirano jamo v Sloveniji. Odslej si boste lahko obiskovalci s pomočjo projekcije na steno, v spodnjem delu jame ogledali prikaz plasti po različnih časovnih obdobjih, v zgornjem delu pa podoživeli skrivnostno obdobje neandertalca ter razvoja najstarejšega glasbila na svetu.
HISTORICAL & ARCHAELOGICAL SITE
adults – 12 €, children (6 to 15 years) – 9 €
small groups (up to 5 persons) – 60 €
Groups (20 or more persons)
adults – 10 €, children (6 to 15 years) – 7 €
School groups: pupil, student – 7 €
5 years old children or below – free admission
INFO & RESERVATIONS
Organized visits to the Archaeological Park Divje babe take place from April 1st to October 31th.
A visit to the Archaeological Park Divje babe is possible only with a guide, by prior arrangement at least 3 days before the scheduled arrival.