In 1843 Honore de Balzac was in Lithuania. In the spring of that year he came to St. Petersburg to visit Countess Evelina Hanska, whom he intended to marry. After failed wedding proposal the writter left St. Petersburn in autumn. On October 10 Balzac stopped in Tauragė, where he wrote a letter to the Countess at the local inn: “Dear Countess, the philosopher, saying that you cannot write the quill pen of the inn, said the truth, that no matter how upset you might be, you would not hold your laugh seeing how I am writing with that quill pen .. “
Children in Tauragė Castle will be greeted by a Countess from the 19th century who, together with the participants of the education, will go to the year when messages were written not by telephone but by a goose’s feather. The lesson consists of a narrative and a practical part.
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For: 1-12 grade pupils, adults
Group: 10-20 people
Price: 3 € per person
Duration: 1 hour
The history of Tauragė is recorded in the Museum’s Age Tower, where the history of the region is told through a 360-degree video projector. During the education, the museum’s smart technologies, the history of the castle and the reflection of the participants during Kahoot game on their modern phones are combined into one.
Exile and Resistance Museum has a unique exhibition dedicated to deportations. On the first floor of the museum we can see various items of deportees brought from exile. In the educational program, students can take a closer look at each exhibit, see what they might not even notice sometimes, because they have to do it in the dark using only a flashlight.
The program is designed to provide children with a basic knowledge of the birds of our land, to strengthen theoretical knowledge gained through biology lessons, and to develop practical skills to help identify the most abundant bird species in the wild.