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Offers for school classes (secondary schools I and II)

Study of historical sources

What is history? Where does the information about bygone periods come from? Methods of historical research are explained and presented. The event can be tailored to the age of the pupils and the learning objectives.

Age: from grade 5.
Duration: about 2 hours.
Costs: 5.00 € per person.

The Stone Age ›telephone‹

After a tour of the ›Palaeolithic‹ section of the exhibition, the pupils have the opportunity to make a thunder stick. We work with flint tools and natural materials.

Age: from grade 5.
Duration: about 3 hours.
Costs: 5.00 € per person.

Jewellery like in the Stone Age

A brief introduction to the Neolithic Age with a tour of the exhibition. Afterwards, the participants make their own jewellery from natural materials based on historic models.

Age: from grade 5.
Duration: about 3 hours.
Costs: 5.00 € per person.

The ›invention‹ of the arts

After a tour of the ›Palaeolithic‹ section of the exhibition, the participants can try their hand as artists. Pupils can choose between cave painting and engraving.

Age: from grade 5.
Duration: about 2 to 3 hours.
Costs: 5.00 € per person.

The sword – weapon and ritual object

After a tour of the permanent exhibition, there is detailed information on the use of the sword and the opportunity to test your own sword skills.

Age: from grade 5.
Duration: about 3 hours.
Costs: 5.00 € per person.

Baggy pot, butt, and bull

Guided tour of the Stone Age exhibition area. Afterwards you can make your own vessels based on the ceramic models in the exhibition.

Age: from grade 5.
Duration: about 3 hours.
Costs: 5.00 € per person.

World views of the past

What are the ideas behind the Sky Disc? What access do we have to the myths and rites of our ancestors?

Age: contents are adapted to the age of the participants.
Duration: about 1 hour.
Costs: 2.50 € per person.

Stones, stones, stones! Why the Stone Age?

During a joint tour we will explore the technology of flint working and its importance for the people of the Stone Age. In the subsequent production of a stone pendant, we test our own skills in handling this raw material.

Age: from grade 5.
Duration: about 3 hours.
Costs: 4.00 € per person.

›Historical cuisine‹ – The diet and eating habits of our ancestors

What was there to eat, how were meals prepared, what herbs and spices were used? The pupils prepare meals that are typical of the time and are consumed together. Offers are available for the Stone, Bronze, and Roman ages as well as the Middle Ages. Knowledge transfer that goes through the stomach. Individual consultation required!

Age: from grade 5.
Duration: about 3 hours.
Costs: 7.50 € per person.

Leatherworking

During a tour of the exhibition, the pupils become familiar with the handicraft skills of our ancestors and have the opportunity to make a leather bag in the Stone Age style.

Age: from grade 5.
Duration: about 3 hours.
Costs: 5.00 € per person.

Clothes make people – people make clothes

Guided tour through the exhibition with a special focus on textiles. Introduction to the technique of tablet weaving.

Age: from grade 5.
Duration: about 3 hours.
Costs: 5.00 € per person.

The tears of the gods – trade, crafts, and myths of the Bronze Age

Tour through the exhibition with a museum educational activity on jewellery design.

Age: from grade 6.
Duration: about 3 hours.
Costs: 4.00 € per person.

From urn to costume

After a guided tour through the Roman imperial period of the permanent exhibition, the students have the opportunity to understand the burial rites and costumes of the Germans using replicas. Afterwards, silver brooches are made according to Germanic models. Also suitable for Latin classes.

Age: from grade 7.
Duration: about 3 hours.
Costs: 5.00 € per person.

On rock art and Sky Disc – the design language of our ancestors

Are things just beautiful? Does only the function determine the prehistoric forms of expression or is it art?

Age: from grade 7.
Duration: about 1.5 hours.
Costs: 2.50 € per person.

Where do humans come from?

Using replicas, models and the ›Palaeolithic‹ section of the exhibition, a guided tour and a museum talk explain the evolution of mankind on the basis of the latest scientific findings.

Age: from grade 8.
Duration: about 2 to 2.5 hours.
Costs: 2.50 € per person without worksheet, 3.00 € per person including worksheet.

From solar observatory to Sky Disc

The beginnings of astronomical observations in Saxony-Anhalt.

Age: from grade 9.
Duration: about 1 hour.
Costs: 2.50 € per person.

Individual guided tours

Duration: about 60 to 90 minutes.
Costs: 2.50 € per person.

Visitor support / guided tours / reservations

Due to the current measures to contain the Coronavirus, the exhibitions, the guided tours and the events are subject to the respective valid legal requirements. Please check the current visitor information in advance or call our visitor services staff on weekdays or the museum reception outside these times on +49 345 5247-30.

If you have any questions or would like to register, you have come to the right place:

Gabriele Neumann, Monika Bode, Sven Koch
Telephone: +49 345 5247-375, -361 or -465
Telefax: +49 345 5247-503
besucherbetreuung@lda.stk.sachsen-anhalt.de

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