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San Vito di Leguzzano

Ethnographic Wood Work Museum

the museum

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, more

the visit

Examining the traces of the past still present in the area is critical to know the environment in which we live today. We can trace history through the knowledge of the objects of the past, to preserve its memory and to understand the transformations, which occurred over time. more


Opened to the public in 1998, the museum is the result of passionate work dedicated to historical research developed over the years, materialized firstly as themed photographic exhibitions on the history of the place. This archival research revealed documentary evidence that since more


Sundays 3.30 p.m. - 6.30 p.m.
Other days by appointment only.
Closed at Easter, in August and Christmas holiday period.



Free admission

visite guidate

Guided tours and excursions of the territory

for groups and schools by appointment.



Tel: +39 0445 519735 (Civic Library); +39 0445 671642 (Council Offices)
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