A plunge back in time: Ledro and Predazzo welcome visitors again
On 5 and on 6 May 2021
On 5 and 6 May 2021, after long months of closure and online-only activities, the Lake Ledro Pile-Dwelling Museum and the Geological Museum of the Dolomites in Predazzo, satellite museums of the MUSE, will reopen their doors to the public. From June, it will be possible to visit them every day.
A week after the reopening of the MUSE - Science Museum of Trento and Palazzo delle Albere, also the Museo delle Palafitte del Lago di Ledro (Lake Ledro Pile-Dwelling Museum) and the Museo Geologico delle Dolomiti di Predazzo (Geological Museum of the Dolomites in Predazzo) are ready to reopen; restricted access and booking required to avoid crowds for a safe visit to the museum.
The Bronze Age pile-dwelling village, which this year will celebrate its tenth anniversary as a UNESCO World Heritage site, will be the the first of the two museums to open: on 5 May 2021 at 9.00. Visiting times: Wednesday to Sunday from 9.00 to 17.00; restricted access and booking required at weekends (Saturday and Sunday); from June it will be open every day.
The museum, completely renovated in 2019, has several new features: the ARCA Level "PLATINUM" quality certification, the first certification system for wooden buildings, issued in the last few days by Habitech - Distretto Tecnologico Trentino per l'Energia e l'Ambiente (Trentino Technology District for Energy and the Environment), and a new mobile outdoor roof designed to host activities and events even in bad weather conditions. The programme of the next summer activities will soon be available, including prehistoric workshops, excursions to the ReLED Museum Network and themed meetings for a journey back in time.