A guided tour with Legos for children at the Egyptian Museum

On Saturday, October 21 and Sunday, October 22, at the Egyptian Museum in Turin, a special guided tour for younger visitors to learn with Legos!

On Saturday, Oct. 21 and Sunday, Oct. 22, the Egyptian Museum in Turin will welcome children with a guided tour called “Play and Learn with LEGOs on the Banks of the Nile.”

As the title of the initiative suggests, educators from Bricks4Kidz, a company that for years has aimed to teach S.T.E.M. subjects. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) through the use of LEGO bricks, will make available to the youngest visitors the sets of the famous bricks with which they will be able, together with their parents, to build the models proposed during the workshop and reproduce the animals and characters that populated the banks of the Nile, known during the guided tour.

The collaboration with the Bricks4Kidz team stems from the desire to bring science closer to the sphere of humanistic culture, both of which are very dear to the Museum and its Director Christian Greco, consistent also with the role that astronomical and mathematical knowledge played inancient Egypt.

This is an experience to be discovered, with children and adults involved in the construction of simple and colorful models, some of them motorized, that are inspired by the stories and characters encountered along the exhibition route.

The initiative is aimed at families with mabies aged 4 to 12 years (models with different difficulties will be made available to meet different manual abilities). Tours, lasting 90 minutes of visit plus 60 minutes of workshop, will start at 10:10 a.m. for both days. Price to the public: €13.00 (entrance fee not included) Reservations required: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
For any information, you can contact 011 4406903, or email info@museitorino.it.

Image: the entrance to the Egyptian Museum. Credit

A guided tour with Legos for children at the Egyptian Museum
A guided tour with Legos for children at the Egyptian Museum

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