School and children groups
For your confort during the visit of the archaeological site and the museum, please book your group visit in the BELvue Museum webshop. Call +32 2 500 45 54 in case of problem.
You’d like to explore? Guess? Find? Create? Laugh? Tell tales? Just get into the Waouw Chests!
How does it work?
Divided in groups of 5 or 6, the pupils receive a bunch of keys; these open a number of chests containing a variety of activities to enjoy and discover some aspects of Coudenberg Palace: what it looked like, how it grew, its history, the collection of archaeological objects, archaeology itself… The games require mutual aid between the children and encourage the living together.
The activity takes place without an outside educator from Coudenberg Palace. The class is divided into groups of 6 pupils maximum, with one teacher / accompagnying adult.
Hours: during Belgian school time
Age: 6 to 12 years (primary school).
Price: 4 € / child for the activity. Free access to Coudenberg under 18 years and for accompagnying adults (1 accompagnying adults / 6 children)
Reservation compulsory online in the BELvue Museum webshop. 1 class / half day. Call: + 32 (0)2 500 45 54 in case of problem.
Duration: 1h30 – 2h
Languages: English, French, Dutch
- Digital ressources center: old images of the palace, archive documents… French and in Dutch)
- Instructions for the activities and localisation map of the chests: available on demand at email@example.com
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Languages: French, Dutch.