AN AD HOC EXHIBITION ROUTE
The displays are versatile and modular, so can be adapted to the available space.
Each section has hyper-realistic 1:1 scale models, a ‘making of’ segment, video content, illustrations by renowned international artists and in-depth information on the local area.
PaleoAquarium is not a closed-package exhibition: each edition is unique because developed from strong cultural and operational interactions between components that complete each other synergistically, leading to reciprocal advantages in the comprehension, valorisation and promotion of palaeontological, geological and natural heritages, especially those of Italy.
EXHIBIT AREA AND PERSONALISATION
The whole exhibition – which is already constructed and ready for use – is comprised of modular installations that can be arranged to take full advantage of the height of your available space. Indeed, the largest reconstructions of marine animals can be hung from ceilings. Thanks to the variety of potential links to the themes that have been developed, PaleoAquarium can be presented as a dispersed exhibition, with the displays placed beside those of a natural history museum or aquarium, especially if palaeontological or zoological in nature.
The exhibition offers rich teaching opportunities, managed by the Associazione Paleontologica APPI, with the provision of guided visits, laboratories and event days for families and schools, aimed at melding learning with fun. Training of staff is carried out by the exhibition’s curators and by specialised personnel in the sector.