The starting point for our educational work are the collections of the Karl May Museum. This not only involves educating the public on Karl May as an author and the Indian cultures of North America, but also inspiring imagination and creativity. Our museum is an ideal place for this.
Most of these educational services consist of two parts: On a guided tour of the exhibitions, the children and young people dive into Karl May’s world of adventure and get to know the diversity of the Indian cultures of North America. The museum tour is combined with a design service for different age groups, which requires creative work and craft skills.
For higher age groups, we can focus on specific topics in group work after a tour.