The Neanderthal museum website focuses on the Neanderthals, whose first traces were discovered in 1856 in the Neander Valley, Germany. The cave of Feldhof, where the first skeleton has been unearthed, does not exist anymore and the entire area has been transformed in an artistic park. This website contains short descriptions of the museum and park, the artistic exhibitions, research sponsored by the museum and practical information to visit or contact the museum. The section about research contains some information about the EU-financed research project "The Neanderthal Tools" (TNT). Many abstracts and some presentations delivered at project meetings are available for download in PDF format. These files are very informative as preliminary reports on recent research and have contact details of all researchers involved. The TNT project is largely concerned with the virtual (3D) reconstruction of ancient human bodies as well as the application of computing in archaeology.