The Shtekelis Prehistoric Museum allows visitors to follow the development of prehistoric mankind in chronological order. The museum explores the lives of the earliest primitive men and women. There are also archaeological items in the museum that served prehistoric man that were uncovered in the caves of the Carmel. The museum opened in 1962 and is situated in the Biological Institute building at the Haifa Educational Zoo. There are changing exhibitions on show as well as permanent exhibitions that present the various aspects of prehistoric times. The museum is named after the archaeologist Moshe Shtekelis who excavated extensively in the nearby ancient caves of Oren and Sefunim Streams.