Museum class ‘A czarist era school day’ is intended for all age groups and takes visitors back in time to school at the change of the 19th and the 20th century. During the museum class, we re-enact the school day of the then students, write with a chalk and a goose feather, read texts in Gothic letters, and calculate with an abacus.
Museum class ‘School in the 1970s–1980s’ is intended for all age groups and is presented in the form of a performance. The class allows school students to take a look at the school at the time when their parents and grandparents were young and offers a nostalgic journey to the past for those who went to school at that time. We talk about October children and pioneers and their tasks, learn to tie the pioneer scarf and use the morse code, write with a fountain pen and find out what surprises the civil defence class holds.