Tag Archives: Ephraim-Palais

Guest Post: Reflections on ‘Elternzeit Kultur’

August 16, 2016

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Museum Diary is back from its summer break! And ready to jump right back in to things. If you’ve been following the blog for a while, you may remember my post about the ‘babies in museums’ initiative I worked together on with the Stadtmuseum Berlin. I followed up my post with a review of my visit with my own baby to one of the special free admission day for parents. With the exhibition and our pilot project now coming to an end, and the last ‘Elternzeit […]

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{Germany} Babies in Museums at the Ephraim Palais

June 6, 2016

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100 Museums Challenge: Museum No.70 You may recall, a couple of weeks ago I wrote about the pilot project Elternzeit Kultur at the Ephraim Palais, which the Stadtmuseum Berlin and I had initiated together. With the aim to break down some barriers between parents and carers of young children and the museum, to give them a chance to get to know the museum, and to feel explicitly welcome, visitors with babies up to age 18 months are invited to visit the current special exhibition ‘Stadt […]

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Babies in Museums – Stadtmuseum Berlin Pilot Project ‘Elternzeit Kultur’

May 12, 2016

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BERLIN NEWSFLASH: Once a month, from 31st May, visitors with babies aged up to 18 months will have the chance to explore the exhibition ‘Berlin – Stadt der Frauen’ (Berlin – City of Women) at the Ephraim Palais free of charge! Read on for the details! A couple of years ago, there was a seminar in the UK about ‘Babies in Museums’. Lots of great examples were being shared around, of museums working with the 0+ age group and making museums more accessible to families […]

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{Germany} Museum Spotting by Boat

September 4, 2013

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A really popular activity in Berlin when the weather is nice, is to go on a boat ride along one of the rivers or canals. Oh, the hours we have spent watching boats on the way to and from nursery, and waving to the people on board as they slip under the bridge below us.  So a few weeks ago we finally made #MuseumBaby’s wish come to, and all went on a boat ride ourselves. There many different options and companies to chose from. We […]

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