Decalogue for "family friendly" museums is born

As part of the Born with Culture project, the Decalogue for "family friendly" museums was presented yesterday at Palazzo Barolo in Turin.

Yesterday, March 29, the Decalogue for “family friendly museums with children under 3” was presented at Palazzo Barolo in Turin.
The creation of the decalogue is part of the project"Born with Culture," a project conceived in 2014 by the Fondazione Medicina a Misura di Donna in collaboration with Turin’s Palazzo Madama, which calls for the delivery of a Cultural Passport to every child born at S.Anna Hospital.

As the president of the Medicina a Misura di Donna Foundation, Prof. Chiara Benedetto, says, “Culture is good for health. Active cultural participation and the quality of the environment are resources in lifestyles that contribute to well-being, creative development and empowerment, and regeneration for all people, starting from the first years of life, from the first 1,000 days, determinants of bio-psycho-social growth.”

“Born with Culture” has grown out of collaboration with theAssociazione Abbonamento Musei Torino Piemonte and theCultural Observatory of Piedmont and aims to contribute to the ability of museums to engage families and young children in order to make them feel at home and to make museums"Family and Kids friendly" places.

In fact, the decalogue includes ten minimum requirements that local museums must meet, such as the presence of a breastfeeding area and bottle warmers, accessibility, dedicated routes and languages, and activities for age groups.

Within the territories of Turin, in addition to Palazzo Madama, the Egyptian Museum and the Cinema Museum have already adhered, but the promoters hope it will be adopted nationwide.

Source: La Stampa - ANSA

Photo Credit: Born with Culture

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Decalogue for "family friendly" museums is born

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