the permanent exhibition
Between art and magic, popular and artistic whistles from all over the world and from remote eras are gathered in the Museum of Cuchi (Whistles). Over 12,000 pieces reconstruct the history of these wind instruments, the protagonists of superstitious rites, toys or pledges of love. An unusual museum, to be explored with the eyes of a child....read more
On the road to Asiago you will find the Museum of Cuchi, housed in the old school of Tresché di Cesuna. It is easy to arrange time to discover this fascinating collection of small objects in clay. The permanent exhibition features 4,000 collection pieces, which show how this object has changed over time. How it is placed in different cultures...read more
The collection of Gianfranco Valente began in the '60s with the search for artefacts and documents, which allowed a wider knowledge of this humble object, enriching the museum's library, and with creating a photographic and paper archive of archaeological finds to date. In the early '80s, Valente takes part in the exhibitions in Turin and Moncalieri...read more
from October to April: Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m. - 12 noon and 2.30 p.m. - 6 p.m.;
from May to September: 10 a.m. - 12 noon and 3.30 p.m. - 7 p.m. (closed on Monday).
For groups and schools by appointment, even outside opening hours.
Tel. +39 0424 694283
activities for schools