The Museum offers numerous educational activities and learning opportunities dedicated to several categories of visitors.
GUIDED TOURS AND EDUCATIONAL WORKSHOPS FOR SCHOOLS
The Museum offers a dedicated programme for nursery schools, primary schools, lower and upper secondary schools. The programme includes guided, thematic tours and creative, recreational workshops that allow a more effective and fun experience.
PATHWAYS FOR TRANSVERSAL COMPETENCES AND ORIENTATION (PCTO)
The museum provides pathways for transversal competences and orientation (PCTO) designed for students from upper secondary schools.
Several activities are organised within the PCTO framework. Students were involved in the inventory validation of archaeological remains; in the rearrangement of volumes in the library; in the production of multimedia content for our social media; and in the organisation of guided tours and children workshops.
It is possible to set up internships for university students; the museum reached agreements with several Italian universities.
So far, the activities have involved the students from humanities degree courses (Letters and Philosophy, Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage, Foreign Languages and Literatures, Law), but also from science degree courses (Architecture and Mathematics).
Baby steps at the museum
The second Sunday of every month, from October to May, the museum welcomes children and their families to join a programme of fun workshops.
The workshops, unless otherwise indicated, are designed for children from 5 to 11 years old; they are freeof charge.
Bookings must be made before Fridays at 6pm prior to the workshop at the following email address firstname.lastname@example.org or at the following phone number +39 389 2661227.