VISITE GUIDATE GRATUITE AL MUSEO MARMOLADA GRANDE GUERRA 3000 M – PROMOZIONE SPECIALE A FINE DICEMBRE E GENNAIO 2016
The Marmolada Museum of the Great War (Grande Guerra) 3000 m is located in the centre of the Sacred Monument Area of Serauta, a short walk from the Marmolada glacier. It is also open during winter, every day from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The highest museum in Europe can be quickly accessed via funicular lift from the Belluno side of the Marmolada.
In these last few days of December and for the entire month of 2016 there is a special promotion that offers free guided visits on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays with the following hours: 9:15 -10:15, 10:30-11:30. The offer includes a complementary hot chocolate or cocktail.
€. 24.00 per person up to Serauta (3000 m)
€. 30.00 per person up to the scenic terrace at Punta Rocca (3265 m)
The new museum spans a surface area of 300 m² on the second floor of the arrival station for the Serauta funicular lift. From the museum’s windows you can see the outposts where soldiers fought in the Great War. The exhibit starts with an entry ramp that evokes a bridge across a crevasse. From here you access the hall that illustrates what life was like for the local population before the war broke out. Right after that there is the section on the first year of the war and the transformation from common man to soldier that constitutes the premise at the heart of the museum.