Schools can come for the day and make different activities : fire making, paintings with ocre powder, propeller…
The day will start with a tour of the museum which will be linked to the level of the pupils. Then , in agreement with the teacher, a few topics will be studied.
In the afternoon, pupils will practice in making fire, painting, digging ….
All the visits have guided tours (in English if needed) which are adapted to kids.
During the holidays, we propose family activities: on top of the visit, all the family can practice painting with ocre powder, fire making…
A booklet on the animals and the natural surroundings of the Neandertal man is given to kids and if they can answer all the questions, they will be given a little present!
During the summer holidays, a guided tour of the temporary exhibition will be proposed in the morning.
In summer,from the 14th of July till the 15th of August, every Monday a scientist make a conference on a special topic:
July, 14th: Homo sapiens in North Africa by Roland Nespoulet
July, 21st: Settlement of Homo Sapiens in America by Dominique Michelet
July, 28th: Violence in the Paleolithic period by Marylène Patou Mathis
August, 4th: Neandertal and diversity by Pascal Picq
August, 11th: the mammoth by Stephane Pean