On every second Saturday, children and adults are in for some fun and exciting activities at the Museum of Ethnography's MÉTA Matinée, in parallel museum education events. Children between the ages of 5 and 10 are invited to explore the 150-year-old museum, its extravagant building, and its innovative approach to exhibitions.

How did the museum's story begin, where has it come from and where is it going? What types of objects does it collect and preserve, and from what cultures? How do the new museum function and high-tech architecture fit together? How and what kind of exhibitions can be organised in a completely new environment from the old collection? With the help of a map and the children, the session will examine the old and new grounds of the museum, moving through time and space.

In parallel, adults can visit the MÉTA Gallop, where they can learn about the exhibitions through a playful, interactive guided tour.

Find out further information about the event here and purchase your tickets here.