Entre Ríos: guided tours for students and the general public in provincial museums

Entre Ríos: guided tours for students and the general public in provincial museums
Entre Ríos: guided tours for students and the general public in provincial museums

The vast cultural and historical heritage protected by the museums dependent on the Entre Ríos Ministry of Culture can be appreciated and known through visits to each place and also through guided tours organized openly to the community. At this stage of the year, visits are required by educational institutions as well as by other delegations and the general public.

To bring the artistic heritage closer

Like every year, the Dr. Pedro E. Martínez Provincial Museum of Fine Arts makes its 2024 Annual Group Guided Tour Program available to the community. The tours specially designed by the Museum’s Education and Research Department are provided free of charge and accessible to all public with prior reservation of appointments.

With the mission of bringing the artistic heritage of the province closer to the public, the tours are developed taking into account the age groups and particular interests of those who request the visit, in order to facilitate full access and enjoyment of the different proposals presented by the museum. in your annual calendar.

The visits are provided in the morning and afternoon by specialized personnel of the organization and are designed for educational institutions of all levels – from initial to higher education -, neighborhoods, clubs, art workshops and any group of people who wish to take a tour. accompanied by the diversity of proposals offered by the museum.

For each exhibition, educational devices are also developed that seek to enhance the encounter with the visual arts and generate knowledge through group work in rooms.

Both the activities and entry to the museum, located at 355 Buenos Aires Street in Paraná, are free. Appointments must be requested in advance by calling 343 4207868/918, from Tuesday to Friday, from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and from 3 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Natural and anthropological sciences

The guided tour service of the Prof. Antonio Serrano Museum of Natural and Anthropological Sciences is a proposal that is carried out throughout the year and is provided for educational institutions, tourist contingents, clubs, and associations. You must reserve an appointment in advance by calling 0343 4208894, from Tuesday to Friday, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. The museum is located at 64 Gardel Street in the provincial capital.

The traditional visit offers information about the general contents of the different exhibition rooms that the museum has: History, Geology, Botany, Vertebrates, Paleontology, Invertebrates, Anthropology and Aquarium. Thematic talks are also offered, which seek to provide support for the development of specific content that the educational institution wants to deepen.

A journey through history

The Martiniano Leguizamón Provincial Historical Museum has rooms and a variety of museographic and archaeological pieces that offer an important tour of the history of Entre Ríos, as well as the exhibits on display. Visits are made from Tuesday to Friday, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., and in the evening, in the building at 296 Buenos Aires Street, in Paraná. For more information, interested parties can contact 0343 4207869, email: [email protected] or Instagram: museoleguizamon.

Of batons of command and provincial constitutions

The Government House Museum also provides an opportunity to learn about the history of the province by addressing different topics, information and objects related to the Government House and the function of the different powers: the Executive and Legislative, which are based in the building. The museum has a model that represents the original construction of the Entre Ríos Government House, command staffs used by the different governors, and provincial constitutions. In addition, there is the possibility of coordinating, through the museum, a visit to the Chamber of Deputies.

Guided tours are offered to both school groups and the general public. Care is provided from Monday to Friday, from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. To coordinate visits, interested parties can call 0343 484 0294.

Rooms and tunnels

The Eva Perón Home School Museum offers guided tours of the rooms and tunnels of the complex located at Avenida Don Bosco 749. The tours take place from Tuesday to Friday, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., through prior requests. The institution offers guided tours through the tunnels of the Eva Perón Home School Complex, through which electricity, water and the boiler pipes are carried to the radiators that maintained the temperature of the Paraná School Home. The route is more than 300 meters, its shape is quadrangular with two branches on both sides, parallel to Don Bosco Street, Presbítero Grella and Los Constituciónntes Street, it is detailed from the museum. The means of communication to request visits are received by: e-mail [email protected], Facebook: Museo Provincial Hogar Escuela Eva Perón and Instagram @museoevaperoner.

The past of the mill

The Molino Forclaz Provincial Museum is located in the Colón department and is a historical and important attraction place. It was declared a National Historical Monument since 1985 and Architectural and Historical Heritage of the Province of Entre Ríos since 2003 and is located on a five-hectare property, in a rural area. A windmill and the house of the Forclaz family remain standing, an immigrant family who began construction between 1888 and 1890. To learn about the history and way of life of the time, the mill offers guided tours for school delegations, tourists and general public. The tours are from Tuesday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Space is limited and prior reservation is requested at 3447 577 133.

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