Many educational groups visit Museum Vrolik each year. The groups vary from primary school and secondary education pupils to university students and visitors of academic congresses. We are also experienced receiving special education, secondary vocational education and higher professional education groups.
Museum Vrolik has a number of offers for educational groups as well as private groups, which can also be combined. These include, but are not limited to, a guided tour with assignments, or an anatomy drawing lesson after your tour for a cross-disciplinary excursion. Scavenger hunts are available for our young visitors. Educational groups are allowed to take a look around on their own or carry out their own assignment – with the option of combining this with another programme component – as long as the museum rules are taken into account.
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Guided tours are very suited for groups of secondary education, higher education, vocational education and academic students. However, they are great for everyone interested in learning about anatomy and/or the history of medicine and biology. Would you like to learn more or book a guided tour?
We are currently developing in-depth thematic assignments for secondary and higher education students. We will update this page with more information soon. Come back later to read more or sign up for our newsletter that will be sent when our new programme is finished.
Museum Vrolik is perfect for creative projects. You are preceded by many visual artists, anatomists and other illustrators and creatives who used our specimens as reference or a source of inspiration. Would you like to know more about requesting drawing materials, or do you want to take inspiration from the art that is based on our collection?
For primary school pupils and first-year secondary education students – and young visitors who are not part of an educational group – scavenger hunts are available that they can complete by themselves. The theme is He/she. This scavenger hunt teaches young people about the anatomical differences between the sexes of both humans and animals, and pregnancy in humans and animals. We are currently developing more scavenger hunts. Come back later to read more or sign up for our newsletter that will be sent when our new programme is finished. Please contact us to request a scavenger hunt (€2 each).