Opening hours: 10:00-16:00 from 1 April to 31 October,
Closed: on Mondays
Information: +36 34/710-350
Vértesszőlős is a small Transdanubian village at the foot of the Gerecse mountains. One of the most ancient (some hundred thousand years old) homo finds of Europe were discovered here between 1963 and 1968 by László Vértes. During the excavation a nape bone of a prehistoric man (named Samuel by the leading archaeologist) as well as milk-tooth fragments of a 6-7 year old child came to light. The Hungarian National Museum presents the prehistoric settlement and the life of the prehistoric man at the old stone pit.