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Unsolved cases: a hunt for archaeological clues
This offer may be available in English on request. Please contact our visitor service, tel. +41 (0)61 552 22 22 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anna, the archaeologist, has disappeared without trace. What happens now to all the finds and documents left behind in her office? There is even a model of the excavation – but no description. What we need now are resourceful thinkers who can help to finish the archaeologist’s work. What do the clues tell us? What could the finds once have been? How can we interpret them?
Participants in workshops from 12 years of age are required to wear a face mask.
School levels: 4th to 9th year (10–15 years old)
Group size: 25 students max.
Dates: all year
Duration: 2 hours
Time: Mo–Fr 10–12 AM or 1–3 PM
Meeting point: Museum's reception
Attendants: 2 attendants. The two attendats Support the guide leader and take part actively during the tour.
Cost: CHF 200.– (payable in cash at the museum ticket office before the start of the workshop)
Booking: Must be booked until at least 10 working days prior to the required date of event through our customer service,
Tel. +41 (0)61 552 22 22 or email@example.com