Type a message Skip to main content

LEARNING RESOURCES

For Children, Educators, and Families

Designed for children, educators and families, the Louvre Abu Dhabi learning resources aim to enhance the visitors’ experience and to extend it to the classroom and homes through engaging questions and interactive activities. The learning resources invite young and adult visitors to learn actively and make strong connections with the collection and the exhibitions by taking the lead as self-guides who direct their own experiences.

Museum Galleries

EDUCATORS’ FLASHCARDS
Download
SELF-LED GUIDE
Download
Explore and Discover
Download
Educator Resource Portfolio
Activity Sheets
Download
Educator Resource Portfolio
Map
Download
Educator Resource Portfolio
Resource Guide
Download

Current Exhibitions

Golden Flashcard for Furusiyya
Download
FURUSIYYA: THE ART OF CHIVALRY BETWEEN EAST AND WEST: Educators' Guide
Download
FURUSIYYA: THE ART OF CHIVALRY BETWEEN EAST AND WEST: Young Visitors' Guide
Download

Museums tools

Museum Chatterbox [English, Arabic, French, Chinese]
Download

PREVIOUS RESOURCES

10,000 Years of Luxury: Educators’ Guide
Download
10,000 Years of Luxury: Treasure Hunt
Download
A COSTUME ADVENTURE
Download
Rendezvous in Paris (Educators’ Guide)
Download
Rendezvous in Paris (Young Visitor’s Resource)
Young Visitor's Guide
Download
Photographs: An Early Album of the World (Educators’ Guide)
Download
Photographs: An Early Album of the World (Activity Booklet)
Download
Animals: Between Real and Imaginary (The Young Visitors’ Discovery Cards)
Download
Rembrandt, Vermeer & the Dutch Golden Age (Activity booklet)
Download
Roads of Arabia: Archaeological Treasures of Saudi Arabia (Educator’s Guide)
Download
Roads of Arabia: Archaeological Treasures of Saudi Arabia (Activity Booklet)
Download
Japanese Connections (Educator’s Guide)
Download
Japanese Connections (Activity Booklet)
Download
Globes: Visions of the World (Educator’s Guide)
Download
Globes: Visions of the World (Activity Booklet)
Download
From One Louvre to Another (Educators’ Guide)
Download
Mobile View None For an optimal experience please
rotate your device to portrait mode