See dinosaurs and the nature of Poland from the sea to the Tatra mountains
The youngest visitors will be enchanted with dinosaurs: fighting syntarsus, gentle dryosaurus and flying pterodactylus. Thanks to realistic dioramas, the museum is an excellent place to get to know the most interesting natural environments of the Radom land. Here, you will meet natural inhabitants of valleys of the Pilica and Radomka rivers, as well as the Iłżycka, Stromiecka and Kozenicka forests: white-tailed eagle, lesser spotted eagle, beaver or otter.
Polish National Parks
The 14th-century defensive walls of the town are the background of dioramas presenting the natural environment of the most interesting Polish national parks. This is an excellent way to get to know differences in the nature of particular parks at one place. Dioramas present bisons, primeval forests, wolves, chamois, mouflons, sea cost, and overflow area of the Biebrza river.
Club of young discoverers of art
The Jacek Malczewski Museum invites children to workshops:
- A pot, please – archaeological workshops. Participants familiarise themselves with manual pottery techniques.
- Hay animals – environment-friendly toys made of hay.
- Wooden animals – participants decorate wooden tags by the use of various materials.
- Following the Wawel dragon – participants prepare fossils (fossilised mark of a dinosaur) as a “finder’s medal”.
- African masks. By use of various materials, participants prepare masks based on their own ideas.
- Emblem of Radom – preparation of a cast of our town.
- With fabric around the world – stamping patterns on fabrics.
- Eco bird feeders – workshops connected with a lecture on feeding birds.
- Fabric dolls – preparing good wish dolls made of fabrics.
- Pictures painted with music – musical workshops. Participants enter the world of music and learn paintings of Polish artists which refer to the music. During the classes, various instruments, sounds, musical riddles are presented. Participants also play together.
- Music of fauns (instruments on the paintings of Jacek Malczewski) – musical workshops.
- Self-portrait – Be like Jacek Malczewski. From the cycle “Art for the Youngest” – arts workshops.
- Realism versus abstraction. From the cycle “Art for the Youngest” – arts workshops.
- History of Polish coins – lecture connected with workshops where participants make chocolate coins.
- Cleanness versus Dirt – soap production workshops where participants make useful and decorative aroma soaps on their own.
- Honey Vault – workshops connected with a lecture on secrets of bees, where participants prepare and decorate hexagonal boxes (parts of a honeycomb) by use of decoupage.
- Eggs and nests – participants decorate polystyrene eggs against a background of a bird nest by use of paints and other materials. They try to imitate natural patterns of eggs of wild species of birds, which let them mask in the environment. Workshops connected with a lecture.
- Beginning embalmer – preparation of clay ushabti figures. Lecture connected with workshops.
- Painted on the glass – own folklore paintings on glass plates.
Each lesson is from 45 to 60 minutes long, the group must not exceed 30 participants. The price of a lesson: PLN 9 per person.
Tel. 48 362 56 94