As the Room theatre team resides in the Pauls Stradiņš Medicine History Museum and explores the museum's collection, main exhibition and the stories of exhibits that stimulate imagination, an event has been created that will invite younger and older viewers to think about life as a person, a leaf of a tree and a bird.

Event at the Life after Death exhibition

Exhibition “Life after Death. Remembrance Practices and the Museum’ reveals the formative process of the Medicine History Musuem in the 20th-century cultural historical and political context. During the event, school students view the exhibition accompanied by a museum educator and complete exercises aimed at fostering critical thinking and involving them in decision-making, creating together a Top 10 list of museum objects.

Guided tour

The museum's main exposition is historically designed as an overview of the history of medical science achievements and outstanding personalities. However, the three basic elements of medicine can already be found in the works of Hippocrates – the doctor, the patient and the disease. The significance of these three elements has varied over time. The guide's narration will provide a deeper insight into health care, based on the museum's main exposition.

Museum guide "Bloodlore"

This museum guide introduces older adolescent visitors (15+) to medical science and helps them explore the Museum’s permanent exhibition. Through various stories and tasks related to the human circulatory system, visitors get a glimpse at how medical science develops our understanding of the human body and health.

Board game IMUNO

The board game IMUNO is designed to introduce players to the functioning of the immune system and learn about healthy choices that can boost immunity. Internal and external factors, including personal choices that affect immunity, are explored. Players learn about important discoveries in the history of immunity research.

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