The Ferdinando. Museum of Frontiers

The Frontier Museum explores the concept of boundaries not only from a political point of view but also an economic and cultural one. The final part of the new museum asks for a question: “The Alps, do they represent a border?, with the aim of leading the visitor to reflect

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The Ferdinando, Museum of Fortifications

Fort Bard opens a new and fascinating historical place. To the ambitious museum project made of the opening of the Museum of the Alps, the thematic itineraries The Children’s Alps and the Prisons, next to spaces dedicated to temporary exhibitions of international scene, the tourist and cultural centre of the

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The Prison

The history of Fort Bard is revealed in a new, permanent exhibition area. The Prison, located in the Opera Carlo Alberto, is now open to the public. The narrow cells, where prisoners were kept, provide an itinerary that takes visitors through the military history of the Fort, for centuries regarded

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The Museum of the Alps

Discovering the Alps and getting to know the mountain in an interactive, multimedia and multidisciplinary journey. An avant-garde museum space telling the story of a living, breathing mountain transformed in the hands of mankind. Tradition and modern technology are fused together to take you on a voyage into time and

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The Children’ Alps Museum

A highly interactive museum entirely dedicated to the young. Through playful activities the children, accompanied by educators, will have the opportunity to learn about mythology and take on the challenge of a virtual climb up Monte Bianco (Mont Blanc). The itinerary The itinerary uses a variety of languages and can

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