Discover the Ladin history and culture of the Val di Fassa valley at the Museo Ladin de Fascia: in addition to the headquarters, there are several museum branches in the valley.
In San Giovanni in the Fassa Valley - or Sèn Jan di Fassa, as the village is called in Ladin - you can find the Museo Ladin de Fascia, which was inaugurated in 2001. It is the headquarters of the project "Territorial Museum", which is made up of various sections in different places in the valley. In the exhibition at the headquarters you can admire some very special ethnic collections that tell about the Ladin culture in the Fassa Valley. The museum informs about the history of the place from prehistoric times until today in a multimedia tour with 17 information panels and 74 films in different languages.
Besides the Ladin Museum, the other branches also offer interesting facts about history and Ladin culture. Indeed, it is no coincidence that places of great historical and cultural importance were chosen for this purpose: These include the "Sia", the Venetian saw in the little village of Penia, as well as the "Molin de Pèzol", the mill in Pera, or the Casino di Bersaglio in Campitello di Fassa. In addition, the exhibition 1914-1918 "la Gran Vera" the First World War: Galicia, Dolomites is part of it, dedicated to the life of the Ladin population in this border area during the so-called mountain war.
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7.00 €: ticket
5.00 €: reduced ticket (young people 15- 26 years, University students, Over 65, groups over 15 visitors)
7.00 €: Family card ( 1 parent with children under 18)
14.00 €: Family card (2 parents with children under 18)
Free entrance: under 14, people with disabilities and carers, Val di Fassa Card, Trentino Guest Card