Renewing tradition, strengthening activities with an ever-growing synergy between the institution and the world of schools, increasing the interaction between museums and the territory: these are the elements characterising the didactic offer of the Capitoline Superintendency.
An educational tradition that, since the late 1970s, has kept its mission intact, thanks to the free offer, attention to scientific subjects and language methods in order to bring children and young people to know the heritage and promote cultural and individual growth: knowing to grow.
Guided tours on the history of the Campidoglio and its square, on the birth and chronology of the Capitoline collections, on subsequent acquisitions over the centuries. The didactic path will also present the Exedra of Marcus Aurelius, the constructions of the Temple of Jupiter Capitoline and the antiquities coming from the Roman Horti found in the excavations of Rome Capital.
The catalogue is available on http://scuole.museiincomuneroma.it/
Phone +39 060608 every day from 9.00 to 19.00
All on-site and online activities are free for the schools in Rome and the Metropolitan city until the offer runs out.
The free offer for the activities of the PAD- Patrimonio a distanza program is extended to all the schools in the national territory, subject to availability, until 31st May 2021. Pursuant to the DPCM of 13th October 2020, on-site educational activities are currently suspended.
The on-site educational activities will be charged for schools outside Rome, outside the Metropolitan city, and in case the free offer runs out.
Educational visits and itineraries (duration 90 minutes)
Activities: Percorsi nei Musei; Roma Museo diffuso (with the exception of “Difendere Roma nel 1849: tra Porta San Pancrazio e Villa Sciarra”); Salva(e)guarda il Patrimonio with the exception of “A passeggio per Villa Borghese tra storia, arte e natura”)
Workshops: (duration 120 minutes)
Activities: Conoscere attraverso il “fare”
Special projects (duration 180 minutes):
Activities: Un libro aperto sulla storia; Tra luoghi e carte (Piazza Navona: storia e trasformazioni attraverso la “lettura” dei luoghi e dei documenti d’archivio); Roma Museo diffuso (“Difendere Roma nel 1849: tra Porta San Pancrazio e Villa Sciarra”); Roma Diversa-Mente (“Roma: i luoghi dell’incontro e dell’accoglienza”)
Activities: Salva(e)guarda il patrimonio (“A passeggio per Villa Borghese tra storia, arte e natura”)
The following activities are always free, a part from the offer:
- Osservare, comprendere, comunicare attraverso l’arte. Students at the museum with the Visual Thinking Strategies
- Tra luoghi e carte (“L’Archivio Storico Capitolino nel complesso dei Filippini: memoria viva della città”)