Yesterday, June 6, the environmental education "Adventure at the museum" has started. On the first day of the summer eco-school the children learnt more about the world of inanimate nature - ores and minerals. Over the next days they will learn about plants and animals, combining theoretical knowledge with practice and games. Besides the daily prize for a most outstanding participant at the last day of the group course each child will be awarded a diploma, and the most successful performing student – "Adventure at the museum" big prize.
Formed are groups of ten children each, as the fourth and final group increased to 12 due to the large interest and numerous inquiries.
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Natural History Department of Regional Historical Museum Burgas offers a new opportunity for the children in the city to spend part of their summer vacation. For the first time we organize environmental training program called
ADVENTURE IN THE MUSEUM
From 6 June to 1 July each week a group of 10 children will be formed. During the 5 days (Monday to Friday from 10.30 to 17.00), the children divided into two age groups - under 14 and 14 and above - will get acquainted with the Museum's collections and will be given rich biological information in the form of entertaining environmental games.
The programs for both age groups were developed by experts from the museum and are unusual in content. The course is based on fun methods for information presentation, included are very logical and creative games, opportunities for individual and group performances. Daily rewards expect the top participants. On the last day, each child will be awarded a diploma and most successful student a special reward.
The program is free and is funded under the project "Natural History Museum in help of environmental education" of RIM Burgas and America for Bulgaria:
Seats are limited. The registration continues until 31 May in the Natural History Museum (Burgas, Fotinov St. 30) or by phone 056 84 32 39
In the Antiquity, the Museum was a temple of the Muses, patron of arts.
In modern times, the Museum is a reliquary, preserving and public displaying items of historical value.
The more time expires, the more distant we get from the historical events through the ages, and the more valuable becomes the knowledge, creativity and beauty, collected in museums of history, archaeology, ethnography.
Praise the work of numerous researchers, archaeologists and historians, naturalists and ethnologists, who have given its toll on the creation and development of museums of human memory, of human civilization!
Praise this work, dedicated to future generations!
Over 3800 visitors - citizens and guests of Burgas strolled up the four expositions of Regional museum Burgas during the International Night of Museums. Unprecedented enthusiasm is the exact definition of what happened on May the 14th.
For the seventh consecutive time RIM Burgas participated in the International Night of Museums.
From 17:00 until midnight all four museums welcomed visitors free of charge. The guests beheld, took photographs, asked about everything, shared and communicated with each other. The desire of so many people - young and old, to come to a cultural institution this late at night and have fun, really gives us motivation and satisfaction that we have done something to keep the museum alive!