About 450m (1,476 ft.) uphill from Lascaux, a minor road branches off and runs through a forest until it reaches this site, discovered in 1954 by Roger Constant when he conducted an archaeological dig in front of his house. Among the treasures here is a skeleton of a Neanderthal man and several bear skeletons. The house has been made into an archaeological museum; nearby, six semi-wild bears roam around a naturalized and barricaded habitat. Depending on the time of year, you may be required to take a guided tour (available in English and French, at no extra cost).