Size: A4, 17 pages
In an average archaeological open-air museum, there is a lot to do and see for children, either when coming as a tourist or with a school group. Does this mean that archaeology and knowledge about the past are for children only? Surely not. Adult education in open-air museums is still not very common. Grown-ups can join a guided tour or witness a demonstration of an ancient craft but museums lack the ideas of what else is possible. This reader presents ideas about adult education in archaeological open-air museums and best practices as seen in museums throughout Europe. We want to inspire and give ideas, so visitors of all ages can have a satisfying and meaningful day out in our beautiful museums. See attachment for the complete 17 pages PDF.
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