Louvre Abu Dhabi learning resources are designed for educators and families to use at the museum, in the classroom or at home to enhance their museum experience. Our learning resources provide information about artists, artworks, topics for discussion, and key ideas of our exhibitions. They also include a range of fun in-gallery and self-led activities which can be completed individually or in a group.

Museum Galleries

  • Explore and Discover Activity Booklet

The Activity Booklet is designed for our young visitors and their adult companions to use together as they explore a selection of artworks on view in our permanent galleries.

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  • Educator Resource Portfolio

This resource is an introduction to Louvre Abu Dhabi and its collection. It seeks to introduce educators to a selection of artworks and related activities, to facilitate learning and discussion with students around the Collection. The portfolio contains Louvre Abu Dhabi Educator Resource Guide, Activity Sheets and Map.

Activity Sheets  Map   Resource Guide

 

Museum Chatterbox

The Museum Chatterbox is a hands-on tool for all visitors, young and old. This museum tool can be used anywhere in the museum for a fun learning experience and engaging interactions with the artworks.

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A Costume Adventure

Visit the Children’s Museum new exhibition and expand your adventure to the Permanent Galleries through this fun and engaging quest for more costumes in other artworks.

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Current Exhibitions

10,000 Years of Luxury

  • Educator's Guide

This Educators’ Guide helps teachers conduct a self-led tour of the International Exhibition as part of their school visit to Louvre Abu Dhabi. Its purpose is to foster learning through students’ observational, analytical, communication and critical thinking abilities.

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  • Treasure Hunt

Embark on a Treasure Hunt of the most beautiful luxurious objects featured in this Special Exhibition. Use the map and riddles to find them all.

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Rendezvous in Paris: Picasso, Chagall, Modigliani & Co. (1900-1939)

  • Educator's Guide

This Educators’ Guide helps teachers conduct a self-led tour of the International Exhibition as part of their school visit to Louvre Abu Dhabi. Its purpose is to foster learning through students’ observational, analytical, communication and critical thinking abilities.

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  • Young Visitor's Guide

Embark on a journey in the beginning of the 20th century and see how artists used to live and work together in Paris. Learn about Kupka, Picasso, Chagall, Modigliani and how they came to Paris to work and create new artistic styles.

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Past Exhibitions

Photographs: An early album of the world

  • Activity booklet

This Activity Booklet takes our young visitors on a quest to discover some of the oldest photographs from around the world. The booklet includes information around a selection of highlighted Photographs, in addition to in-gallery activities that they can complete on their own or in groups to enrich their visits to this international exhibition.

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  • Educators’s Guide

This guide helps teachers conduct a self-led tour with the students around this exhibition. By using in-gallery activities and additional ones suggested for use in the classroom, the Educators’ Guide’s purpose is to foster learning through observation, analysis, communication, and critical thinking abilities.

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Animals: Between Real and Imaginary

  • The Young Visitors’ Discovery Cards

These Discovery Cards help our young visitors and their adult companions discover and explore how animals have been represented in works of art throughout different periods and cultures.

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Rembrandt, Vermeer & the Dutch Golden Age

  • Activity booklet

The activities booklet is designed for our young visitors to explore artworks from the 17th century golden age.

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Roads of Arabia: Archaeological Treasures of Saudi Arabia

  • Educator’s Guide

The aim of this guide is to enrich the experience of the exhibition “Roads of Arabia: Archaeological Treasures of Saudi Arabia” for teachers and their students. Several works from the exhibition have been explored in depth in this guide with follow-up activities suited to each cycle to be done in the classroom.

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  • Activity Booklet

The Activity Booklet helps our visitors discover the leading role the Arabian Peninsula played as a place of exchange since the earliest times. With the help of this activity booklet, the visitor discovers a selection of works from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates through several activities to complete in the museum or at home.

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Japanese Connections

  • Educator’s Guide

The aim of the guide is to enrich the experience of the exhibition “Japanese Connections: The Birth of Modern Décor” for teachers and their students. Several works from the exhibition have been explored in depth in this guide with follow-up activities suited to each cycle to be done in the classroom.

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  • Activity Booklet

The Activity booklet contains several activities to complete in the museum or at home, to help our visitors discover a selection of decorative paintings made around the turn of the 20th century by a group of European artists who gave themselves the name “Nabis”.

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Globes: Visions of the World

  • Educator’s Guide

The aim of the guide is to enrich the experience of the exhibition “Globes: Visions of the World” for teachers and their students. Several works from the exhibition have been explored in depth in this guide with follow-up activities suited to each cycle to be done in the classroom.

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  • Activity Booklet

The Activity Booklet helps our visitors discover the history of spheres and how our way of seeing the world has changed from ancient times to the present day through several activities to complete in the museum or at home.

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From One Louvre to Another

  • Educator’s Guide

The aim of this guide is to enrich the experience of the exhibition “From One Louvre to Another: Opening a Museum for everyone” for teachers and their students. Several works from the exhibition have been explored in depth in this guide with follow-up activities suited to each cycle to be done in the classroom.

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