A Euro for your Fill of Culture: Restore Your Spirits
A month of castles and museums for the symbolic price of 1 Euro
SUMMER 2020 – From 2 June, the museums and castles of Trentino will open their doors once more to the public. And they are doing it with a completely new formula: indeed, for four weeks, the entry fee will cost the symbolic price of just 1 Euro.
That is because we believe that art and culture bring about renewal and well-being, now more than ever. It is said that mens sana in corpore sano – a healthy mind in a healthy body. And in Trentino, while your body is naturally pampered by the mountains, clean air and forests, your mind will find its nourishment in the incredible cultural array offered by our region: museums, castles, palaces, forts and archaeological sites. The itineraries available are endless. It’s hard to choose, right?
Safety, first and foremost
Whatever your itinerary and whichever museum you have chosen, we will be able to welcome you in complete safety. We recommend booking online or by phone to avoid queues and crowds. All the necessary precautions will be taken at the entrance, such as temperature measurement, entry quotas, sanitised spaces and hand sanitiser at the point of entry. And, of course, masks are mandatory and the minimum distance of one metre must be respected.
Opening times and programmes vary from museum to museum, therefore we recommend checking the relevant website for more detailed information on exhibitions and on how to best enjoy your visit.
The participating museums and castles
The following are participating in the initiative: the MART – Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, the MUSE – Museum of Science, Buonconsiglio Castle, Provincial Monuments and Collections, The Museum of Traditions and Customs of the Trentino People, The Giovanni Caproni Museum of Aeronautics, The Galleries, The De Gasperi Space (open 3 June), The Tridentine Diocesan Museum, Rovereto Civic Museum, the MAG – Upper Garda Museum, The Italian War History Museum, De Gaspari Home Museum, and “Per Via” Tesino Museum of Prints and Itinerant Life, Museum Ladin de Fascia and The Bell of the Fallen.