In Museum and Science Centre Luuppi’s camps everyone gets to be a scientist, an artist, a historian or an archaeologist. The themes of the camps vary, but they all tell stories of the life in the North. Phenomena and subjects ranging from drag racing cars to Stone Age skills are explored.
Luuppi’s camps take place in Science Centre Tietomaa, Oulu Museum of Art and Kierikki Stone Age Centre. Activities are generally arranged during daytime only.
The camps explore natural sciences using a hands-on approach. The camps take place in Science Centre Tietomaa’s Science Lab, but the participants also explore the science centre's exhibitions and watch the giant screen 3D film.
For more information: tel. +358 44 703 1348.
"Research shows that daily contact with nature is linked to better health, less stress, better mood, reduced obesity – features no other activity can ever match."
Museum and Science Centre Luuppi offers different kind of Camp Schools for school groups with their teachers.
Nature based themes of Camp Schools varies in different environments:
- Kierikki Stone Age Centre – Go back in time for thousands of years
- Oulu Museum of Art – Senses and creativity
- Turkansaari Open Air Museum – Natural materials and old Finnish way of life
- Science Centre Tietomaa – Energy
See the attached presentation Camp School Inspired by Nature (PDF-file)
For more information, please contact:
Tuija Hoikka, Sales Manager
+358 44 703 1335, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuuli Lähteenmäki, Educational Coordinator,
+358 50 362 3230, email@example.com
Kierikki Stone Age Centre has organized archaeological school camps annually in August and September for more than a decade. The camp can be arranged as an optional high school course, but the program is also suitable for amateur archaeologists and groups. The excavations, the Stone Age village and the exhibitions in the main building make the distant past come to life in a tangible way.
In the archaeology camp the students participate in the excavations in Kierikinkangas under the guidance of professional archaeologists. They also explore the site and the surroundings on guided trips and visit the archaeological laboratory in the University of Oulu.
Location: Kierikki Stone Age Centre
Target group: 17- to 19-year-olds
For more information and bookings: Kierikki Stone Age Centre customer service, tel. +358 50 410 7309, asiakaspalvelu(at)kierikki.fi