Paleis Het Loo has developed a special museum lesson for pupils who go to camp on the Veluwe. In ‘A visit to the king’, the pupils set to work in small groups under the supervision of museum teachers.
Everything they want to know
Of course we take them for a look inside Paleis Het Loo: the only place in the Netherlands where you can visit a real, fully furnished royal palace. How do you behave if you come here for an audience? What did the queen like doing most in her spare time? And why are the stables much larger than the garage for the cars? The museum lesson continues in the gardens. How high does the fountain spout? Why are the flowers so far apart? Did the king play football in his garden?
A journey in the palace!
The museum lesson is purpose-designed to acquaint pupils with the royal life in Paleis Het Loo. The lesson is suitable for every age and is adapted to the level of the pupils. No previous knowledge is need for ‘A visit to the king’.
Are you at camp at the Paasheuvel Group in Vierhouten? Then click here for a cycle route to and from Paleis Het Loo with a royal flavour!
|What||special museum lesson ‘A visit to the king’|
|For whom||all pupils at camp on the Veluwe|
|Costs||€ 100 for a group of 30 pupils, including admission, parking and supervision by a museum teacher|