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Educational Visits
Know your culture, your history, your identity.

The educational visits are directed to school groups of all levels of education of the national education system. They are complementary activities of the exhibition and educational programs and aim to contribute to the understanding of art, Dominican culture, geography, history and sciences in general, guaranteeing a unique experience in direct contact with the permanent exhibitions of the León Center.

SERVICES

Guided tours
Guided tours have a facilitator who guides the tour of the exhibitions.

Visits - Workshop
The workshop visits are activities guided by a facilitator (a) organized around one of the following concepts:

Archaeologists for a day
Thematic tour that revolves around archeology, anthropology, history of pre-Columbian cultures, Taino art and culture.

Sugar!
Development of topics on the sugar industry, the trapiche, the Dominican economy since the sixteenth century, miscegenation, religious syncretism, Africanness, identity, music, dance and gastronomy.

DominicanIZARTE
Activity related to the visual arts, Dominican art history, color theory, technique and subject matter in the Dominican visual arts, applying the methodology called Think of art.

Barro Workshop
Mud is fun, facilitates independent and cooperative play through sensory stimulation and the application of modeling techniques.

From canoe to casabe
Activity around the linguistic heritage of the Taino culture, its contributions to the Spanish language and its validity in the contemporary Dominican culture.

A look at Duarte
Thematic visit that seeks to reflect on the origin of Dominican culture and the legacy of Juan Pablo Duarte, Father of the Nation, in Dominicanness.

Energy-generating nature
Guided tour by:

  • Specific areas of the permanent exhibition halls of the institution.
  • Meeting in Mediateca.
  • Observation of the solar panel system of the institution.
  • Walk through the gardens with the assistance of educator guides.


General information

Each group can have a maximum of 25 students and must be accompanied by at least two representatives of the educational institution, who will be responsible for the students during the tour. Parent volunteers can participate; The maximum number of adult companions to visit the exhibitions is 4 for each group.

The script for the tour of the exhibition halls is planned to take place in an approximate period of 50 to 60 minutes. We recommend that when planning your visit to the León Center, in terms of time, you consider that the institution has other recreational spaces, such as gardens, with a collection of sculptures and an aviary, as well as a cafeteria and a shop, among others. .

Beginning level students can also visit the León Center. This tour for the little ones has a special script, with an approximate time of 20 to 30 minutes to the exhibition Identity Signs

RATES

  • From Tuesday to Friday, students do not pay admission fees.
  • The educational institutions of the public sector have exempted the cost of the educational visit service.
  • On weekends, students from public and private institutions pay the admission fee and the special rate for the educational visits service.

Rates Public Educational Centers
Entrance of students to the museum - Free.
Service guided tour (1 to 25 students) - Free.

Rates Private Educational Centers
Entrance of students to the museum - Free.
Guided tour service (Up to 25 students) RD $ 800.00 per group.

FACILITIES

  • Parking area for vehicles and buses.
  • Access to all areas for people with motor difficulties.
  • Guard area.
  • Cafeteria services.
  • Store.

 

TIMETABLE
Exhibition Halls Tuesday to Sunday, 10:00 am to 7:00 pm
Store and cafeteria Tuesday to Sunday, 10:00 am to 7:00 pm
Media Library Tuesday to Saturday, 10:00 am to 7:00 pm
Administrative Offices Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 6:00 pm

Contact for reservations of educational visits:
Josefina Álvarez Martínez
Visitor Assistance Officer
809-582-2315 Ext. 1051
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