Through its educational and cultural program, the Museum Casa del Alabado attempts to translate our pre-Columbian heritage to a variety of publics. We make up new languages for each object, exhibit and project, building bridges between the museum’s collection, the building it inhabits and the individuals who visit us.
Offering a variety of educational activities, including thematic visits, summer-camps, cultural encounters and scientific conferences, the museum unfolds a sensible and sensory experience about our pre-Columbian past and its links with the present.
Learn how to create Venus de Valdivia’s basic shape using clay.
Listen to the myth of the Great Boa and its influence on the language of the arts.
Discover what animals had an important role in the past and what dangers they are facing today.