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Vatican Museums: a treasure for children
05 March 2015

Vatican Museums: a treasure for children

by Annalisa G+

The Vatican Museums contain many works of humanity to be handed down to future generations that even now can start learning about living museums creatively thanks to the many initiatives designed for children.

In museums you can learn about the works of Egyptian, Etruscan, Greek and Roman to the works of the contemporary world why the Direction of Museums has thought of classical educational visits, educational tours with workshops and educational visits animated giving the opportunity for children to go to museum and have fun.

Educational tours: this visits are designed for all age and aim to educate children to observe and listen. The guides put children in comparison with the works of art and to begin a constructive dialogue. You can choose specific routes or generic ones in different languages: Italian, English, German, Spanish and French.

Educational Tours and Didactic Laboratory:  it is the way to put children in touch with the art. They are divided into two parts. In the first part of the visit takes place in the Museum chose, while the second part is in the laboratories where the guide will propose various creative activities to put into practice the concepts learned in the lesson and the kids can take home their work, including paths that you can do with this type of visit are: Gregorian Egyptian Museum, Necropolis of the Via Triumphalis,  Pio-Clementine Museum, Sistine Chapel, Raphael Rooms, Picture Gallery,  and  Collection of Modern Religious Art.

Animated Educational Tours, such tours offer children the museum visits in a different way by giving a different reading of the works, thematic. During the visit, the guide offers creative activities in front of some works of art highlighting the particular elements, and this type of tour you can make are the Italian language.

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