Learn about local culture and tradition in the Lusiana Museum Complex:
The Lusiana Museum Complex is part of the Museum Network of Alto Vicentino that comprises other interesting sites to visit. It was created to foster and protect the many facets of the Lusiana territory: its history, culture, tradition and environmental legacy.
The concept is extraordinary, as it allows visitors to have a beautiful stroll immersed in nature, along a vast landscape or in the city center, while learning and discovering new things…
…FROM THE PAST:
The Palazzon Museum
This ethnographic museum recreates houses and work, as they were during the times of our grandparents and great-grandparents.
The Prehistoric Village of Mount Corgnon
A gorgeous walk just a few minutes from La Scuola leads to Monte Abitato from the Neolithic period, where a Bronze Age village has been reconstructed.
The Valle dei Mulini
This magical and fascinating path cuts through the tiny houses of the city quarter, the old mills and the lush vegetation that frames a stream.
The Labiolo Area
A demonstration of forest work: the lumberjack, the coal miner, and limestone production.
…AND THE PRESENT:
The Alpine Botanical Garden of Monte Corno
Over 350 species of local mountain flora gathered around Monte Corno, provides a relaxing, beautiful and interesting experience. Choose a guided tour or walk it alone.
The Sojo Park (“Parco de Sojo”) – Art and Nature
This magical and mysterious park is a short walk from La Scuola and the perfect escape: 60 works of contemporary sculpture perfectly in sync with nature. Take time to soak it in and end with a break in the village of Chaudhary, a little gem perched on a Hill.
During the summer months, the Museum organizes guided tours and walks, instructive workshops for children and interesting shows to reenact history. For more information, check the official website.