Archeology of the Přerov region

The exhibition is located in six rooms of the late Gothic basement of the west and south wings of the castle. The exhibition opened in 2000 introduces visitors to archaeological finds from the Přerov region (including the famous settlement of "mammoth hunters" in Předmostí near Přerov) from the early Stone Age to the end of the Middle Ages and the beginnings of the early modern period at the turn of the 15th and 16th centuries.

The Přerov exposition, with its floor area of ​​over 230 square meters and the number of more than 1,400 exhibited collection items, ranks among the largest expositions of archeology in Moravia. In addition to authentic exhibits, mannequins of a Neanderthal woman and boy, three-dimensional reconstructions of important localities and find situations, as well as models of the town of Přerov are also presented. The newly added exhibits include the discovery of a mammoth tusk from research in Předmostí near Přerov in 2007.