Visita in gruppo al Museo
Group visits to the Museum
With the help of tour guides authorised by the Aregoladarte Cultural Association, the Museum offers a path across the three exhibition levels for groups of adult visitors. The tours are centred around the narration of historical events, but also anecdotes and micro-tales, which left several impressions on the local territory and its inhabitants. For families visiting the Museum, a series of bespoke communication tools encourage the involvement of children and parents.
Itineraries on the territory
To complete the Museum's visit, a number of itineraries on the territory are suggested. In fact, the Museum does not stand as a separate entity but shares its historical roots with its surroundings and is therefore called to offer visit itineraries to and from the territory and its identifying memory.
The proposed itineraries include:
- Vittorio Veneto: The Victory city. An itinerary from Ceneda to Serravalle to discover the most significant sites of the First World War.
- Palazzo Minucci-De Carlo: A visit to the palace, containing an extraordinary collection by Camillo De Carlo, the building's latest owner, in the style of Gabriele D'Annunzio. A novel-like character, Camillo De Carlo lived an adventurous life and would become a spy in enemy territory during the Great War.
- Castles on the front line: An itinerary between the castles of Collalto and San Salvatore, occupied by the Austrians during the last year of the Great War.
- The Montello hill: An itinerary along the roads crossing the Montello, remembering the feats of the Boys of '99 at burial sites, monuments and observation points.
- Bassano and Mount Grappa: An itinerary designed to spread awareness of another symbolic place for the Italian Resistance in the last year of the First World War.