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Mobile quests for young people – workshops and field game.

WORKSHOPS from 9:00 to 12:30

GAME ENTRY from 13:00 to 14:30, game open also to other people, not only workshop participants.

ENDING at 16:00.

We would like to invite you to an unusual event – “Mobile quests for young people”!

Fascinating adventures await you to explore the mysteries of Marianna’s heritage and develop your ability to create your own narrative.

We believe that learning can be both educational and fun. That’s why our quests are designed to support the development of key social skills needed in the 21st century. During the event, young people will have the opportunity to develop skills in collaboration, information seeking, communication and responsibility. It is not only a history lesson, but also an amazing opportunity to strengthen interpersonal skills.

Each workshop, which will be led by our experienced guides, will end with an exciting field game. Using the knowledge and skills gained, participants will have the opportunity to solve puzzles, uncover secrets and achieve objectives. This is a real challenge that will make learning fun.

There will be prizes for all participants, number of participants limited.

The workshop is designed for a group of 15 people, preferably a homogeneous age group of participants, the minimum age of participants is grade 6,7 – there is no maximum.

Meeting of participants of the game in front of the main gate of the palace entrance, not necessarily participants of the workshop.

Important before entering the game and using the workshop – accepting the rules.
Get ready for unforgettable adventures where history and creativity meet.
“Mobile quests for young people” is not just education, it is a journey that will spark your imagination and open the door to the extraordinary world of cultural heritage.

Join us on Mobile quests for young people – an adventure full of learning, games and unforgettable emotions!

The project “New quality of sightseeing in the romantic palace and park complex in Kamieniec Ząbkowicki” is financed by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway under the EEA and Norway Grants.

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