Arts and cultural objects from the past 9,000 years, housed within a fascinating structure that amazes even the youngest, tell us stories about bread. Why did people need a grain sickle? What’s behind the grain mummies? What do shame masks have to do with bakery? How was bread stored and protected in the past? Schoolchildren can find the answers to these questions and much more during a guided tour of the PANEUM. Special programmes offer age-appropriate content for any type of school, and professional guides guarantee an engaging and interactive 75 minutes. The tour concludes with a fun craft activity, where different types of baked goods can be formed.
Guided tours and educational programmes for school classes:
“Tracking the world of bread professions”: educational programme for elementary schools, 6- to 10-year-olds
“Bread (hi)stories in art”: educational programme for 11- to 14-year-old pupils
PANEUM highlights guided tour for students aged 15 and over, adjusted according to age
Information for schools
The PANEUM – Wunderkammer des Brotes is located directly on the A1 Motorway, exit St. Florian. There is ample free parking available for buses and cars.