Palaeolithic Rock Art Trails (Spanish acronym CARP) European Cultural Itinerary
The Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport, through the Subdirectorate General for Heritage Protection, and with the participation of Altamira Museum, forms part of the Palaeolithic Rock Art Trails (CARP) European Cultural Itinerary. The CARP itinerary is a large European network of rock enclaves, with top-level cultural and tourism values, in which joint scientific, expert training, socio-cultural dissemination and sustainable tourism activities are undertaken, all under the official recognition of the institutions of the European Union.
La Rock Art Network (Red de Arte Rupestre), fundada por el Getty Conservation Institute y la Bradshaw Foundation, reúne a individuos e instituciones comprometidos con la promoción, protección y conservación del arte rupestre, a nivel internacional.
Ice Age Europe
The Ice Age Europe network promotes collaboration between museums and European Pleistocene period heritage sites. The aim of the network is to work on social awareness of the importance of conserving the Palaeolithic heritage, developing heritage recovery programmes, exchanging good practices for heritage management, and promoting collaboration at all times in the fields of science, management, teaching, dissemination and promotion of cultural tourism.
Science Museums North Route
Science Museums North Route is the alliance of a group of science museums of the northern Iberian Peninsula, whose aim is to disseminate science and technology beyond its borders. The 13 initial members if this project aspire to become an alternative path though the north of Spain and to be a benchmark in the development of common scientific dissemination activities. The common activities started up by the network have included the creation of “passport” that provides its holders with advantages.