Museo della Malga

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This museum paints a picture of everyday life in mountain dairies, which are a key part of the Alpine landscape. A selection of original tools helps to demonstrate how butter, ricotta and other cheeses are made.

You can learn all about life in the mountain dairies of the Val Rendena and Giudicarie in this museum, which is on the ground floor of the former stables in Palazzo Lodron-Bertelli. Inside, you will find a selection of the various tools that were once used to process milk and dairy products. The first room, with a rich collection of cowbells, is dedicated to grazing, milking, and the activities that take place in the casello, where the milk flows into the basins and butter is made in the churns; the second room preserves the objects of the casara, where there is the boiler for processing the milk, and the warehouse, where the products are finally seasoned; in the third room there is the bed of the malghese and the hearth with the pot for polenta and the table set with wooden crockery.

STRENGTH:
Rich collection of objects from the Presanella, Adamello and Brenta Dolomites alpine pastures.

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The timetable may vary, it is advisable to call 3382428100.

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