Ethnographic Museum of Canal di Brenta
Knowing the area of the Brenta Canal and people who lived there, experienced and shaped it.
From life along the river to timber trade, from growing of tobacco to smuggling it, up to the degradation of masiére, the monumental terraces, which have transformed the landscape since historical times.
Visits to the Museum are hosted by a cultural worker.
Excursions are organised in the area to learn about the reality presented by the museum, watching and touching the terraces where tobacco was grown, from the smugglers paths to the spectacular wooden trail, which brings you to the Asiago Plateau, the Calà del Sasso.
The activities must be arranged at least one week in advance by contacting the head office of the Museum.
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