Sharing moments of discovery, encouraging an understanding of cultural heritage, exceptional know-how and a unique world collection of original decorative or standard objects, including forgotten or contemporary pieces, are the tasks that the Adrien Dubouché National Museum has set for itself and is putting into practice with its many partners.
The visitor information service offers teachers a varied range of activities and visit material appropriate to their educational projects, linked to the school curriculum from primary to secondary level, and to the teaching of the History of Art for all students.
Entry to the Adrien Dubouché National Museum collections is free of charge for students under 26 and for their teachers.
“Teacher seminars” are also organised for teachers and directors of extracurricular organisations, to help them learn about the permanent collections and temporary exhibitions and plan their educational projects, or prepare for an independent visit.
The Adrien Dubouché National Museum and the Local Education Authority organise training for teachers every year, as part of the Academic Training Plans.
Whether self-guided or on a guided tour, the variety of the collections allows you to plan a visit starting from Antiquity right up to the present day, exploring themes in detail. All the activities give teachers the opportunity to enrich and illustrate their educational projects.
Download the french catalogue of self-guided or guided tours offered by the museum.
Each tour can be followed by a fun, artistic, practical workshop, linked to the theme of the visit.
Tailor-made programmes can also be designed in consultation with the museum’s visitor information department.
Groups are free to visit the museum with a teacher or supervisor.
The Adrien Dubouché National Museum provides teachers with worksheets for students and educational packs about the permanent collections.
These resources have been produced by a National Education expert teacher and can be used to prepare, lead or extend your tour of the collections.
Download all these documents.
Groups may visit the museum with a national tour guide.
The tours can be 1 hour, 1 hour 30 minutes or 2 hours long.
The museum offers original, themed tours for all classes, from primary up to university level. Each student is given a booklet, giving them things to think about and tips for research, so that they are genuinely involved in their visit. The tour can be followed by a fun, artistic, practical workshop, linked to the theme of the visit.
Tailor-made programmes can also be designed in consultation with the museum’s tour guide.
Download the french catalogue of guided tours offered by the museum.
(groups of up to 30 students maximum, subject to price changes during the year)
1 hr : €47 (i.e. €1.56 per student)
1 hr 30 mins : €68 (i.e. €2.26 per student)
2 hours : €83 (i.e. €2.76 per student)
2 hr 30 mins : €98 (i.e. €3.26 per student)