The park and the museum are two big “classrooms” to explore for a hands-on informal experience: containers of stimuli and beautiful things, which our educators ply skilfully to engage students. We promise to keep you busy and if you need support before and after the visit to ensure that what we do together is a good fit for your work at school during the year, then just write to us!
The workshops for tinies focus on various themes: colours, emotions, Nature, the five senses.
The proposals for primary and middle school students comprises three main categories: science, art history, interdisciplinary courses
All our activities can be adapted and customized to meet special needs. Let us know your needs in advance and we will schedule a telephone interview with the educator accompanying your class: together we can organize the day at Villa Carlotta so that it is truly special for everyone.
And if you want to prepare in advance ... download two handouts designed for visitors on the autism spectrum or with mental impairments. The handouts are useful for preparing your day at Villa Carlotta with your students,
We will bring some of our workshops to your classroom during autumn and winter months! Below is the list of those we can “bring to school”:
Here are some tools you can use to discover the secrets of the garden and the museum with your students:
A museum exploration route for ages 6–12, which you can download for free here, or purchase the printed paper version for €2 at the ticket office.
"Visitors in Practice" is an experimental exploration path created in conjunction with Milan Bicocca University’s Department of Human Sciences for Education as part of a “Cultural Landscapes” project.