Soller, the village of houses exposed to the "sun"

Ruraliă. Temporary Museum of Knowledge and Memories

The rural and artisan world and the complex life of past generations are recounted in this innovative museum, describing the changing landscape around the people who inhabit it. The museum follows the thread of five sections that explore the themes of the forest, haymaking, milk, viticulture and the domestic world. A starting point for getting to know the territory of Cison di Valmarino and its history, Ruraliă develops special itineraries dedicated to education and the transmission of craft skills.

Timetables and costs

March – October
Fri 14:00-17:00
Sat 14:00-18:00
Sun 9:30-12:30 | 14:00-17:00
By appointment.

Contact

c/o Case Marian
Piazza G. Brandolini, 6
Cison di Valmarino
turismo@comune.cisondivalmarino.tv.it
+39 335 789 6949

Antique Radio Museum

Housed in the premises of ‘La Loggia’ Theatre, the museum contains exhibits that tell the story of radio from 1920 to the present day. The technological and aesthetic evolution of radio is seen alongside the social and cultural evolution. Among the rarest pieces on display is the Safar Mod 2940 radio-phonograph designed in 1938 by an illustrious Cisonese, Eng. Virgilio Floriani.

Timetables and costs

April – October
Sun 15:00-19:00

Contact

Piazza Roma, 9
Cison di Valmarino

airenordest@libero.it
+39 335 7635987

Museum of Sacred Art

The museum houses works of art and sacred furnishings no longer in liturgical use. The material, collected and preserved over the years by parish priest Don Livio Spader, offers an insight into popular piety and devotion to the sacred in the Tovena community. Among the most significant works are a painting by Francesco Da Milano and a wooden crucifix from the 17th century, as well as the cult of St Ottilia.

Timetables and costs

By appointment.

Contact

Piazza della Vittoria
Tovena di Cison di Valmarino

turismo@comune.cisondivalmarino.tv.it
+39 335 789 69 49

100 Days Road Museum

At the headquarters of the alpine troops in Tovena, at the San Boldo Pass, a small exhibition area recounts the construction of the ‘100 Days Road’ and the military events that involved the area during the First World War, during the Austro-Hungarian occupation. A photo exhibition dedicated to the construction of the road can also be visited by appointment.

Timetables and costs

By appointment.

Contact

Alpine Headquarters,
San Boldo Pass

+39 335 665 0245