A 35-minute 8-screen HD film projected onto a 25-metre facsimile of a sculpted Magdalenian frieze.
The Magdalenian frieze at Roc-aux-Sorciers was discovered in 1950. It has never been opened to the public to preserve it from damage, but visitors can now explore this virtually unique prehistoric art work at the Centre d’Interprétation du Roc-aux-Sorciers. The Centre features a 25-metre life-size 3D reconstruction of the sculpted, painted and engraved frieze, which experts compare to the famous Lascaux paintings. Our multimedia display is structured round the frieze itself and aims to be evocative as well as educational. It encourages visitors to use their imagination to picture what the world was like for the sculptors who lived here 15,000 years ago.