“Living in an aboriginal village” is the first family visit developed thanks to the collaboration agreement formalized with the supermarket chain.
During the morning of this Sunday, The Canary Museum has received the visit of numerous familys who have approached their permanent exhibition to see first hand what life was like in the old towns of the island.
With the help of an aboriginal woman, played by actress Carol Cabrera, the little ones and their companions have toured the museum in a different way than usual, because the intervention of this character has allowed them to know in a playful way the answers to some key questions about the indigenous past of the island of Gran Canaria.
The announcement It is part of the educational program Visitas en Familia, which the Canarian Museum develops on a Sunday of each month and that during the year 2020 has the collaboration of the supermarket chain SPAR Gran Canaria. Those responsible for this Canarian company recently showed, on the occasion of the signing of the collaboration agreement, their special sensitivity for everything related to the protection and dissemination of our history and cultural roots. The result is a project that was born with the aim of offering families an educational resource that allows them to enjoy the museum and share a fun and enjoyable learning experience.