Ktima Gerovasiliou will temporarily not carry out any interactive educational programs, since Covid-19 measures cannot be undertaken (e.g. appropriate distances). Instead, only guided tours will be held, which are suitable for elementary, junior- high and high school students.
Having as its pivotal objective the appreciation of wine and vine as fundamental cultural element by people of all ages, Ktima Gerovassiliou is open for organised school visits, while offering educational packages addressed to different age groups.
Free admission for students and their escorts-teachers; reservations required.
More specifically, these educational programs aim at:
- familiarising visitors with the vine and its products, the wine-making processes and their status within a social context
- investigating the concept of quality, as far as production and consumption, everyday tasks and time management are concerned
School teachers can choose between a creative guided tour and various thematic educational programs according to the specific needs of their students.
The Museum is part of an active viticulture and wine-making centre. The interaction of realistic and museological stimuli, both processed to revolve around a single thematic core, offer an excellent multi-dimensional learning experience. These programs are based on the active participation of children-adolescents and teachers-escorts are expected to contribute in various ways throughout the visit. The adopted approach to viti-viniculture varies according to the visitors' age group.