A small paleontological museum in the place Siegsdorf, not far from autobahn Munich-Salzburg.
Website of the museum: The ice age museum
Address: Auenstraße 2, 83313 Siegsdorf Germany Time from Bad Reichenhall is 24 minutes (31 km). The cost of the tickets- 4 euros for children from 6 to 18 years, 7 euros for visitors above 18 years.
Working time: from 7 January to 21 February - Wednesday, Sunday from 10 until 17 o'clock; from 22 February to 1 March- daily from 10 until 17 o'clock; from 2 March to 3 April - Wednesday and Sunday from 10 until 17 o'clock, from 4 April to 8 November daily from 10 until 18 o'clock; from 9 November to 20 December - only on Sundays from 10 until 17 o'clock, from 31 December to 10 January 2021 - daily from 10 until 17 o'clock.
I haven't been to this museum yet, i can judge only by the website and booklets that i have taken from other museums. So, i would put this museum to paleontological. The main exhibit tells about geology of this area of Bavaria, about that time when there was sea, about ice age, about stone century. Among the exibits the biggest that was found in Europe is mammoth skeleton. There is also a cave of a cave bear(sorry for the quibble), the site of an ancient man from the stone age. The whole square of the museum is 650 sq km, it is two-storey, but it is available for people with disabilities and people with prams.