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An enjoyable visit from which I learned a great deal about the history and production of olive oil. The museum is about a 40 minute walk along the promenade from the Hotel Du Lac and on the main road just past Cisano. There is an...More
My 12 year old son knows now exactly how an olive oil has to be produced on high level ... and how it has been produced in the last century . So nice place , not too big to be boring. Try the various olive...More
We recently took a private tour and did an olive oil tasting - it was nothing short of amazing. This company has been in business for over 400 years, and the owner Francesco could not have been prouder. He spend a great deal of time...More
The parking was a challenge but this was a great place to visit. There were lots of scrummy things to sample and there were some great products to buy in the shop. We found the museum really interesting.
Great museum with lots of equipment on display and helpful video presentations with options to view in various languages. Well worth a visit. It’s free entry,but there are plenty of products to buy and they wrap them safely for travel.
We cycled to this museum and the car park has a sign saying no bicycles! So we parked them at the end of the car park out of the way of cars. The shop was busy but you just ask at the cash desk to...More
The Olive Oil museum is situated on the main road close to the village of Cissano about 1.5 miles from Bardolino. There is no admission charge and the tour of the museum takes about half an hour with the machinery used for the production of...More
We walked to the museum and shop from the centre of Bardolino.
The museum was free to enter and very informative .
The best part however was the shop and the gorgeous wine and oils on offer. A lovely place to pick up high quality...More