MUS! Museum of Livigno and Trepalle’s attempt is to witnesses the spirit of adaptation and art of getting-by, developed over the centuries by the inhabitants of Livigno and Trepalle. Attempt after attempt they managed to find a fragile equilibrium under the harshest conditions of isolation, and the result of all these efforts is a town with a language, traditions, food and clothing unlike any their surrounding town at a lower altitude.
Livigno is today a place where tradition and innovation combine. With wealth, progress and tourism, “getting by” is no longer necessary and surviving through the cold winters is no longer a problem. Located in an ancient house, the museum offers innovative tours to help tourists and locals alike to better understand this town history along with the energy and dynamics that led to the current present. “History” is not so far away, it is also what happened only yesterday and is likely to be more easily forgotten.
From May 2nd to June 9th open on request for groups. Special opening Friday 1 June and Saturday 2 June from 15.00 to 19.00.
Closed for holidays from 10 June to 25 June.
From 26 June to 1 October open from Tuesday to Saturday from 10 to 12 and from 15 to 19. Evening opening Friday from 20.45 to 22.45.
Possibility of guided tours on reservation. Closed Saturday 8 September on the occasion of the patronal feast.
From 2 October to 3 November open on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 15 to 19; possibility of guided tours for groups by reservation.
Closed for holidays from November 4th to November 26th.
From 27 November to 1 May 2019 open from Tuesday to Saturday from 10 to 12 and from 15 to 19. Possibility of guided tours by appointment. Closed on Christmas day and Easter day.
Adults: € 3.50
Children & Seniors (4-14, & 65 and over): € 2.50
Children under 4 & people with disabilities: Free
Groups (10 or more): € 2.00
Up to 6 people: € 5,00 per person
Over 6 people: € 2,00 per person
Please reserve your guided tour at the Tourist information offices (+39 0342 977800) or at the Museum (+39 0342 970296).