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Exhibits come to life Swiss museums blow away their cobwebs

In the past, children would groan at the thought of being dragged around dusty exhibits in lifeless museums. But the idea of what a museum should be has changed considerably, and many are offering special activities for youngsters.

Swissinfo.ch visited the Klee Centre in Bern, housing the world’s most important collection of the works of artist Paul Klee, and the Château de Prangins, a national museum near Nyon. In both places children learn about art and history in unusual ways.
(Julie Hunt/swissinfo.ch)