Monte di Malo
Scholars and lovers of palaeontology find in Monte di Malo a unique case of bedrock rich in fossils, the "Priabonian Stratotype" (so named after the town of Priabona), formed in the upper Eocene period, between 38 and 34 million years ago.
The identity of Nove is linked with ceramics. The museum, which gathers the examples of local and regional styles of manufacture from 1600s up until today, has been seen as the common house where the entire history of the community resides. The Civic Museum of Ceramics has been created by the citizens with the awareness of being the keepers of the history of the community.
The Archaeological Museum of the Plateau of Sette Comuni of Vicenza is located in Castelletto di Rotzo, just 500 meters from the archaeological park of Bostel. The museum collects artefacts from systematic excavations and findings of various kinds, which take place throughout the Plateau.
San Vito di Leguzzano
A collection of antique tools used for woodworking, housed in the fifteenth century Gandin Priory Court of San Vito di Leguzzano. More than 400 objects, including common tools for carpentry, and specific tools used by wheelwrights and coopers, are a testimony to these ancient crafts, the proof of which has existed in San Vito since the early 1400s.
The rich archaeological heritage of Alto Vicentino, with finds dating between the late Neolithic period and the early Middle Ages, is displayed in the Archaeological Museum of Santorso. The visitor experiences the ancient human activity with reproductions of prehistoric objects and a pre-Roman looms found during archaeological excavations in Santorso.