People have been leaving messages or making records for a long time. Early humans painted the walls of their caves, the Egyptians wrote their hieroglyphics on papyrus, the Romans on wax tablets, and in the Middle Ages monks used parchment made from animal skin. The pupils learn a lot of interesting facts about the history and production of paper and how they can make it themselves.
Action: Making paper
The offer takes place indoors and is aimed at schoolchildren.
of classes 3 to 8.
Dates: by arrangement
Pre-registration: at least 1 week in advance
Duration: approx. 2 to 2.5 hours
Group size: 10 to 30 people
Admission per person: € 3.50