After the visit
Reconstructing the visit through spoken, written or artistic expression helps visitors understand what they have seen.
There are endless possibilities:
- Naming or recalling what one has seen
- Choosing a favorite or least favorite object or place and explaining one’s choice
- Drawing a particular feature, place, or moment that stood out during the visit
- Imagining the castle and the people who lived in it
- Asking visitors to say whether the experience was easy or difficult; asking them to assess their own behavior during the visit.
Illustrated pre-visit form
Photograph of model (illustration for stop 5)
On the Louvre website
History of the Louvre; From Château to Museum; The Middle Ages
Visitor Trail: "Living in the Louvre, The former palace of the French kings"
Visitor Trail: "From Palace to Museum, 800 Years of History"
Catherine Treese-Daquin, “Autism” Training Manager, IRTS Champagne-Ardenne.
Laurence Brosse, Françoise Feger, Marina Pia Vitali
Supervision: Frédérique Leseur, Head of Education Division – Public Outreach and Art Education Department
Benjamin Rouxel, Documentary and Editorial Resources Division – Research and Collections Department
This Educator Itinerary received support from the Fondation Réunica Prévoyance.