Welcome to the stables at Hallingtunet!
In the DKS programme: The horse, the pupils will get to know a little about how people lived on the farm several hundred years ago with a focus on the horse. We will look at the various houses and go into the Villandsstallen to see the exhibition: Everyday horse and holiday horse. The everyday horse was invaluable and important on the old farm. It was a car, tractor and truck and it pulled the plow and drove hay. On the family's special days, they also depended on the horse that transported the christened child, the confirmand, the bride and groom and the deceased to the church. Welcome to a beautiful and exciting journey in the history of the horse from wild horse to soul mate. After the presentation, the students will get to ride trendy horses and shape lucky charms in clay.
- step, Formerly Nedre Eiker and Svelvik
Hilde Julsrud: 48 95 75 43
-Orientation meeting for teachers: not held.-
The museum educator meets the group, of a maximum of 30 students, just inside the gate at the Lychepaviljon and the Museum Building. We are outside a lot, so dress according to the weather conditions. Leave the bags at school. The museum is responsible for all material.
- For whom: 1st step in Drammen
- Duration: 1h. 20 min.
- Method: Narration, dialogue, sensory experiences
- Objectives: -The students will get to know their local museum and important features of life on the farm in the old days.
- -Using craft techniques and hand tools in shaping clay.
- - Investigate properties of materials and share sensory experiences.
- - plan and construct in natural materials.
- Explore and describe cultural heritage and the cultural and natural landscape in the local environment
Villandstallen at Hallingtunet is a traditional combination of a stable and a barn with a loft on the second floor. It was built in Hol in 1720. 200 years later the building was taken down and rebuilt at Marienlyst, where it stands today. The exhibition shows the horse in its two functions: on the first floor as a working horse, on the second floor as a holiday horse. After the presentation, the students must ride a bit and shape horse figures in clay.
BEFORE THE MUSEUM VISIT
Before you come to the museum, it is good if each student writes a sentence about something they know about the horse, so that the students feel prepared for our conversation-based communication.
AFTER THE MUSEUM VISIT
Finishing work can be to make fads and learn songs such as. Fola, foal Blakken and Sko hesten,
The cultural schoolbag Drammens Museum spring 2022
Roadmap The horse 1st step Svelvik and Nedre Eiker
Contact person: Hilde Julsrud.
Brandtsgård buss AS: 934 98 678. Scheduled time applies to arrival and departure Drammens Museum. Bus picks up students at school 30 min. before the program starts.
Last updated 7.8.22 MI
Thursday 1 June
0900 – 1020 Stenseth (25)
1130 – 1250 Steinberg (21)
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0900 – 1020 Tømmerås (21)
1020 – 1140 Tømmerås (22)
Tuesday 6 June
0900 - 1020 Krokstad (21)
1130 - 1250 Krokstad (21)
Wednesday 7 June
0900 - 1020 Tangen (12)
1020 – 1140 Åsen (20)
1140 – 1300 Krokstad (21)
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Monday 12 June
0900 – 1020 Mjøndalen (21)
1130 – 1250 Mjøndalen (21)
Tuesday 13 June
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1130 – 1250 Mjøndalen (22)
Wednesday 14 June
0900 – 1020 Solberg (25)
1020 – 1140 Solberg (24)
1140 – 1300 Solberg (25)
Thursday 15 June
0900 – 1020
1130 – 1250