Opening Times

Opening hours

The Museum is open every day 09.00-12.30 and 14.30-18.00

Closed on non-holiday Mondays, 1st November, 25th December, 1st January

Entrance fees

Reservations are recommended online or by telephone on 0461 650314

FULL RATE € 6.00
– Singles
– Groups of 15 or more people with guide (€ 2.00 guide service)

REDUCED RATE € 4.00
– Children aged 15 to 26 years of age
– People over 65 years of age
– Groups of visitors of at least 15 people
– Members or members of bodies affiliated with the museum

FAMILY RATE Facilitated entrance for families:
2 adults with n. minors (up to 18 years) pay the full rate equal to 2 adults
1 adult with n. minors (up to 18 years) pay only 1 full rate

FREE
– Disabled people and their companions
– Professionals in the cultural heritage and activities sector accredited at the Museum
– Children up to 14 years of age
– Groups and groups of school students of all levels, state and non-state, accompanied by their teachers
– Card holders to which the Museum adheres which provide free admission
– All subjects on the first Sunday of the months from October to March and in the week dedicated to the promotion of museums and places of culture included in the months from January to March and identified each year by the Provincial Council

Free access to the Museum is allowed on the occasion of cultural or official events, limited to the duration of the event and on the occasion of the inauguration of exhibitions, limited to the day of the inauguration.

FREE 2020
– First Sunday of each month
– Museum week (March)
– Sunday 8 November

RATE FOR EDUCATIONAL ROUTES € 3.00 (free for accompanying persons)

RATE FOR THE TACTILE GUIDED VISIT SERVICE FOR PEOPLE WITH VISUAL DEFICIT € 3.00 (free for accompanying persons)

RATE FOR THE GUIDED VISIT SERVICE IN LIS (Italian Sign Language) FOR PEOPLE WITH HEARING DEFICIT € 3.00 (free for accompanying persons)

RATE FOR THE GUIDED TOUR SERVICE € 2.00 (for groups of more than 15 people) in addition to the entrance ticket

SPECIAL RATE € 1.00 related to cultural, recreational and various entertainment initiatives, authorized by the Board of Directors

FAMILY CARD
Cost of the ticket for the parent (s) with one or more minor children accompanied including the “skip the line” service for families with pushchairs or rucksacks for children, equal to the cost of a reduced rate ticket of € 4.00

MUSEUM PASS
The Card gives access to museums, castles and places of interest in Trento, Rovereto and surroundings and to the public transport network in Trentino.
On sale at the museums and APT of Trento and Rovereto at 22 € with 48h validity extendable to three months without additional costs

MUSEUM PASS – official video from Origami Videography on Vimeo.

 

Notes on accessibility

The museum has two entrances; the main one which leads to the ground floor with a door always open, 192 cm wide, preceded by a 20 m long path (maximum gradient of 10%) close to which temporary parking by car is possible; the second, in the northern part of the building, (where the E. Mach Foundation is located and the indicated parking spaces) with a 217 cm wide door and 8-10.5 cm high step. The parking lot is 220 meters from the main entrance (15% slope path) and 100 meters from the secondary entrance (flat path). On the ground floor: ticket office accessible with the ramp and door indicated; counter from 73 to 111 cm high; room 1 (Agriculture); from the courtyard, entrances to room 2 (water mill) and room 3 (dining area and forge) respectively with a step of 6 and 7 cm respectively; accessible cellars with steps.

The indicated lift, which allows you to visit the other floors, is a freight elevator and can be reached from the second entrance:
-1 floor, the exhibition hall, wrought iron and foundry (with ramp 3 meters long, slope 5%);
floor 0, the Grotta San Michele;
floor 1, the indicated toilets (handles on the opposite side to the toilet combination, 81 cm high sink) and the classroom-kitchen;
floor 3, the malga area which can only be visited partially; other rooms (beekeeping and forest areas, wagons, sawmill and wood art) accessible by ramps (gradient of 7.2% and 10%) and height differences consisting of several steps from 15 to 19 cm high;
floor 4, the library preceded by a 146 cm long ramp (5.7% gradient) and partially passable in the modern background (presence of a 17 cm high step); the area with oil and ceramic stoves, the area with costumes, bands and religiousness which can be accessed by steps.

Surveys carried out by the staff of the Cooperativa HandiCREA