The Neanderthal Museum is a museum located in Mettman, in the North Rhein Westphalia area in Germany dedicated to the site where the first Neanderthal was discovered. The museum was constructed in 1996 and shows the story of human evolution as wells as an archeological park on the discovery site. Life-size models are exhibited as well as original fossils and artifacts.
The museum has audio guides available in German and English. If you wish you read the information in a different language, you can ask at the front desk and they will provide a book with translations in your language of choice.
From Düsseldorf Hbf, you can take a 20-minute long train ride and get off "Neanderthal" station