In line with our latest articles, and taking advantage of the fact that with the entry of the new month there are different cultural plans for all ages, we encourage you to visit the Casa de la Moneda Museum, as it has prepared an intense programme for the coming weeks, including concerts, visits, games and storytelling. Do you want to know more?
Considered as one of the most important museums of its kind, the Casa de la Moneda museum invites us to get to know first hand the history of the coin from its origins, and in parallel, to enjoy an intense programme in which there is room for various activities for a very varied public.
Along with the permanent exhibition, where you can see coins, bills, stamps, prints, medals, models, machinery and tools for minting and printing, and the temporary exhibitions that take place throughout the year, there are other activities, as we advanced you.
Therefore, for those who love music, the gallery Auditorium opens its doors to different conservatories in their 'Conciertos de Tarde' (Evening Concerts) that will delight the most music lovers. The next event will be on 22nd November at 7pm, with the Conservatorio Profesional de Música Alcalá de Henares (Alcalá de Henares Professional Music Conservatory). We will have to wait until 12 December to enjoy the special Christmas with the Teresa Berganza Professional Conservatory of Music. Also noteworthy are the 'Conciertos Didácticos' (Didactic Concerts), performed by prestigious conservatories, aimed at younger audiences. The next dates are 19th November, offered by the Professional Conservatory of Arturo Soria, and 10th December with the Teresa Berganza Conservatory.
Also for the youngest, different visits-workshops are organised, the aim of which is to adapt the contents of the museum to all participants between the ages of 3 and 18. On the other hand, for children between 3 and 10 years old, on 12 November and 3 December there will be a nice storyteller, with whom they will discover in a fun way the origin of the money. Finally, the most intrepid will be able to take part in a game of clues to discover the mystery of the disappearance of a valuable piece from the museum.
All activities are free, so if you are interested in participating, we advise you to register in advance, as the seating capacity is small.
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