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Museum lessons and workshops

COVID-19!

In April we began preparations to the opening of the museum already in new conditions. We developed new visit rules, consulted with District Sanitary Epidemiological Service in Kłodzko. Already at the end of April the museum was ready for reopening – the only missing element was the decision of government authorities concerning the reopening of museums. It turned out that museums and galleries would be allowed to resume their activity “within the second phase of the reopening of economy”, which began on May 4th. This is why the Museum of Papermaking was reopened for visitors already on May 4th, as one of the first museums in Poland. In connection with the fact that the risk of infection is still present, we operate following slightly different rules:

– in order to avoid people gathering, we limited the number of visitors entering the museum to 10 per half an hour,

– phone booking has been introduced to prevent the formation of queues, so before a visit, it is recommended to call 748 627 424 to schedule the hour of the visit,

– as it is the case all over Poland, it is necessary to wear a face mask while visiting the museum and use hand disinfection solution,

– we have prepared our audio guide in the version to be downloaded on smartphones (our audio guides are also available and are disinfected after each use) – audio guides are available in English, German, Czech and Polish language version,

– it is possible to manufacture your own sheet of paper, also respecting special safety measures.

The Museum is open from Monday to Saturday from 9.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. and on Sunday from 9.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. Do not hesitate to visit us!

In our educational offer we have classes for all age groups. We promote the history of papermaking, the papermaking techniques, and different ways of using paper.

The museum lessons are an excellent supplementation of the history, art and technology curriculum and they facilitate participants’ contact with the museum exhibit teaching them how to discover its diverse content.

On the other hand, the workhops facilitate learning new knowledge and skills whereas the works made by the participants are an interesting souvenir from the visit.

Gallery – Workshops

Museum lessons

  • include sightseeing with a tourguide and the workshops;
  • are geared towards the groups;
  • shall be booked in advance;

Workshops

  • are practical activities carried out by the knowledge employees of the Museum;
  • are addresed at persons who have already visited the Museum;
  • are geared towards the groups, excludint the workshops ‘Papermaking’ (papermaking on your own), which are also available to the individual visitors.
  • group workshops shall be booked in advance.

Museum lessons

type description time participants number availability cost per person
papermaking sightseeing with a tourguide + papermaking on your own around 1,5-2 hours 10-50 all year round 25 zł

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paper fantasy sightseeing with a tourguide + making greeting cards, Christmas decorations and other paper accessories around 2-2,5 hours 10-15 all year round except for may and june 25 zł

book

decoupage sightseeing with a tourguide + paper affixing and varnishing workshops around 2-3 hours 10-12 all year round except for may and june 30 zł

book

Workshops

type description time participants number availability cost per person
papermaking papermaking on your own around 20-30 minutes 1-20 all year round 15 zł

book

paper fantasy making greeting cards, Christmas decorations and other paper accessories around 2 hours 10-15 all year round except for may and june 15 zł

book

paper composition workshop art workshops – the participants become ‘artists’ immersing e.g. dried plants in paper pulp and creating multicoloured compositions and paper collages. around 3-4 hours. 5-10 all year round 50 zł

book

decoupage paper affixing and varnishing workshops 2-3h 10-12 all year round 18 zł

book

Information:

scientific and educational deaprtment

tel. 748-627-401

[email protected]