Educational activities

Urban history and archaeology

The relationship with the land, its history and its development, as well as politics, art and modern issues: these itineraries explore the history of places and their interplay or investigate their ancient origins among the ruins of the Archaeological Area at the Lavazza Museum.

Our Urban History and Archaeology Workshops

Workshops
The coffee revolution, from art to politics
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Archaeologists for a day
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Workshops
Treasure hunt in the archaeological area
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Who are our workshops aimed at?

Our range of educational activities caters to different school levels and covers a variety of themes.

 Together, we create tailored workshops and educational sessions for a positive and engaging trip to the museum.

<p>Primary schools</p>

Primary schools

<p>Lower secondary schools</p>

Lower secondary schools

<p>People with sensory impairments</p>

People with sensory impairments

<p>People with motor and cognitive impairments</p>

People with motor and cognitive impairments

<p>Children accompanied by adults</p>

Children accompanied by adults

Request information

Teachers and instructors will work together to organise each visit, not only in terms of the available dates, but also in order to tailor the visit to the age group of the participants and to accommodate any specific needs the class may have.

 

To make a booking, please send an email to: 

Info.museo@lavazza.com


Find out about our other educational and training workshops

Communication and advertising
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Coffee and the senses
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Sustainability
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