Pavilon Anthropos is a very good museum which highlights not only human evolution, but creatures which prehistoric humans lived alongside along with examples of paleolithic technology and art. It also gives a detailed overview of prehistoric human activity in and around the Brno area.
The atmosphere is quite airy and comfortable as the facility is located in a functionalist building with a good deal of open space and natural light. Additionally, there are comfortable benches to sit on in many places.
Pavilon Anthropos contains both permanent and temporary exhibition halls, a free coat room and a snack bar.
At the time I visited, all of the text information boards around the exhibits were in Czech only. However, it is possible to borrow audio guides in a variety of languages when you pay your entrance fee.
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