The tour package The 1900s through children’s eyes includes a short pre-assignment, a visit to the Toy museum and a post-assignment.
What were toys like in the times of great grandfather or -mother? This is as easy as child’s play to learn through the tour package.
Designed and built by the artist Akseli Gallen-Kallela (1865 – 1931), the castle-like Tarvaspää studio and residence was opened to the public in 1961 as the Gallen-Kallela Museum.
On this visit to the Toy museum we consider the home and home play in the past and present from many different viewpoints. The visit includes the guided tour A housewarming and the workshop My home is my caste.
On this visit to the Toy Museum we look at children’s and childhood’s history from many sides.
On the guided tour A housewarming we examine the history and present of home play via the special exhibit A housewarming – play homes and home play.
On this visit we take a look at the history of childhood through tricky riddles and fun crafting. The visit includes the guided tour Museum path and the workshop The world’s thinnest horse.
The Museum path tour is full of playful puzzlement for the students.
On the guided tour History of toys and play we acquaint ourselves with the Toy museum’s permanent exhibit I spy… a whole load of toys.
At Playtime we learn some old and some new group games and play them together with the whole class.
Sit down in a Stone Age house and explore prehistory! On the activating guided tour, pupils can try out and learn about the life of people who lived thousands of years ago through the materials, objects and methods that they used.
The guided tour takes a look into the everyday lives of the inhabitants, the busy trading and the unique hamlet Mankby through archaeological research.
What was life like in Espoo when your mother, grandmother and great-grandmother were children? And how would a family live in a seal hunter’s house during the Stone Age? We take off in the present and reverse into the past.
The guided tour explores the early and mid modern periods in Espoo– the time of the great manors!
The 20th century was a time of great change. How did a small Swedish-speaking parish become a large Finnish-speaking city?
What kind of lives did people lead in Espoo before us and what different kinds of traces did they leave for us to study?
On this tour we learn about the history of Espoo by singing familiar songs together.
Help youngsters get more out of their museum visit on a participatory, story-crafting tour tailored for your group’s learning level.
Why do people create art? Why is art needed? Participation, identity and storytelling are the main themes of EMMA’s KULPS! tours, which teach students why art is needed and how it can help us to develop empathy and emotional intelligence.
Discover new aspects of art and gain fresh insights into EMMA’s exhibitions by looking, doing and exchanging ideas in an interactive group workshop. No prior experience needed.