Naturkunde- und Mammut Museum Siegsdorf

The popular excursion destination in Chiemgau shows the history of Chiemgau to over a million visitors a year. Discover great offers and guided tours every day until the end of November!

In 1975 the bones of a 45,000 year old mammoth were found near Siegsdorf - this spectacular discovery was the trigger for the foundation of the museum. With a shoulder height of 3.60 meters, the Siegsdorf mammoth is one of the largest mammoth skeletons ever found in Germany. There is no question that the life-size replica of the mammoth is still THE attraction in the Siegsdorf Museum even after decades. But the cave-like spaces of the geological world are also worth a visit. There you can take a close look at the most important types of rock in the region. Or you meet the inhabitants of this primeval dwelling, the Neanderthals in the bear cave or another skeleton , that of the Siegsdorf cave lion . This and much more leads you through between stalactites and flint blades - have fun discovering!

Every Thursday from May to mid-October is Stone Age Day with a campfire and many hands-on stations. Just come without registering.

Opening hours

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Today 07. December 2023 Closed
Today 07. December 2023 Closed
Tomorrow 08. December 2023 Closed
The day after tomorrow 09. December 2023 Closed
Sunday 10. December 2023 Closed
Monday 11. December 2023 Closed
Tuesday 12. December 2023 Closed
Wednesday 13. December 2023 Closed

Contact details

Naturkunde- und Mammut-Museum Siegsdorf
Auenstr. 2
83313 Siegsdorf
+49 8662 13316
+49 (0) 8662 6687800