Accessibility and social inclusion

The Museum believes the best way to achieve growth is though knowledge. To this end, it promotes acces to scientific culture and knowledge, especially designed for school-age children and young adults from low-income families, who cannot affort to visit the Museum as paying visitors.


These visits take place as guided studies, which require previous planning regarding the topic of the activity associated to a given educational level. Other Museum activities and exhibits are also included in the visit, as a complementary part of the program.

Free visits focus on Elementary and Secondary Education and Child and Youth Education, as well as other instituitions dedicated to caring for children, in areas of vulnerability and social risk which work mostly with students from low-income families.

Upon request, the Museum can assist schools/instituitions in planning their visit, in order to increase the quality of the guided study proposal based on a class plan for the visit.

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