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Lascaux International Exhibition

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The unique travelling exhibition dedicated to the Lascaux cave

Exhibition Overview

Lascaux International Exhibition

Exhibition Type
Art, Civilisations, History
Area Size
200 to 500 sqm
500 to 1000 sqm
Designed For
Museums and Galleries
Science Centres
Entertainment Venues
Hiring Fee

For a 3-month rental excl. transport, installation, insurance:

This hiring fee is set for the following exhibition format:
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Core Experience
Immersive digital experience
Hands-on activities
Panels and graphics
Exhibition Partners
The Lascaux traveling exhibition is an official production from France (Ministry of Culture; New Aquitaine Region; Dordogne-Périgord Department), managed by a public local company, the "SPL Lascaux international exhibition".


Credits / Image Information

@SPL Lascaux



New Lascaux exhibition 2025 ✨

The Lascaux travelling exhibition, imagined in 2010, has been presented on 4 continents, 13 countries and 18 cities around the world. To date, it’s the first and only travelling exhibition devoted exclusively to a painted cave. Currently under renovation, the new version of the exhibition is proposed from 2025. 

Monumental facsimiles : pieces of the cave on the move!

Lascaux Exhibition offers perfect reconstructions of the decorated walls of the most spectacular sanctuary of Paleolithic art : the Lascaux cave, in Dordogne, France. Life-size facsimiles, designed and produced in France at the Facsimile Workshop in the Perigord, fully movable and dismantable, recreate with total exactitude the work of artists who lived 20 000 years ago.

New in 2025 : back to the heart of Lascaux with a new immersive facsimile

Being completely renovated in 2023-24, the Lascaux exhibition will focuse on its primordial masterpiece, the most beautiful painted room of the Prehistory, the Hall of the Bulls. A new immersive experience around the facsimile of the Hall of the Bulls will be offered from 2025.

Lascaux VR Experience

More than that, since 2021, Lascaux exhibition propose a virtual reality experience : a 12 minutes immersive VR Experience “Alone in Lascaux”

Modulable experiences and exhibits for all publics

Interactive exhibits for all publics : hyper-realistic anatomical sculptures of prehistoric humans by Elisabeth Daynes , interactive tables, media games and low-tech hands-on, a 1:10 scale-model of the cave with paintings and prehistoric lights recreated, archaeological objects (artefacts) found in Lascaux, exclusive collection of Lascaux photographic archives, interviews of prehistoric experts…

Unique, exclusive, amazing, unforgettable, Lascaux Experience is a powerful approach to understand who were our Cro Magnon ancestors and realize how elegant – and mysterious – was their culture, 20 000 years ago.

VR and App Content


Paintings Drawings & Prints
Film & Sound
Digital art

General Information

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Available Package Options
More Details About Technical Requirements
All included, ultra-flexible turnkey exhibition, can be adapted to your available space.
Requiring min 400 m2
Public : families, schools groups, adults & seniors, archaeologic public.
Transport, set-up and dismantling : included
Additional Information
Booking for 2025 is now open !

Contact for question or booking :
Project Manager, Nathalie Grenet


Past and Future Venues
#1 Bordeaux (France) 2012 Cap Sciences
#2 Chicago (USA) 2013 Field Museum
#3 Houston (USA) 2013-14 Houston Museum of Nature & Science
#4 Montreal (Canada) 2014 Montreal Science Center
#5 Bruxelles (Belgique) 2014 Royal Museum of Art & History
#6 Paris (France) 2015 Parc des Expositions, Porte de Versailles
#7 Genève (Suisse) 2015-16 Palexpo
#8 Gwangmyeong (South Korea) 2016 Lascaux Exhibition Hall (Jean Nouvel)
#9 Tokyo (Japan) 2016-17 National Museum of Nature & Sciences, Ueno Park
#10 Sendai (Japan) 2017 Tohoku History Museum
#11 Fukuoka (Japan) 2017 National Museum of Kyushu
#12 Shangaï (China) 2017-18 Shangai Science & Technology Museum
#13 Johannesburg (South Africa) 2018 SCI Bono Discovery Centre
#14 Munich (Germany) 2019 Olympic Park
#15 Naples (Italy) 2020 Museum National of Archaeology
#16 Liège (Belgium) 2021-22 Préhistomuseum
#17 Trento (Italy) 2022-23 MUSE, Science Centre
#18 Bristol (UK) 2023 Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

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Immersive experience
Exhibition Add-Ons
Virtual Reality
Media kit
Easy translation
Documentary film

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