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Lots of info in English to make it worthwhile.

A small, but well designed museum, with lots to see and with most information in English. No... read more

Reviewed May 12, 2017
Gaynor S
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Solihull, United Kingdom
Quick overview of olive oil production in Southern Italy

This small museum has a short film explaining how olive oil is produced, and exhibits showing the... read more

Reviewed June 5, 2016
CaliforniaGoGirl
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Northern California
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May 18, 2017
“Small exhibit of olive oil production”
May 12, 2017
“Lots of info in English to make it worthwhile.”
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Via Giuseppe Verdi 7, 70011, Alberobello, Italy
+39 380 411 1273
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Reviewed May 18, 2017

The Museo is a good description of the production of olive oil (one of the main industries in this area). The ticket is included in the fee for Casa Pezzolla. You usually have to ask someone in the main museum to take you across the...More

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Reviewed May 12, 2017

A small, but well designed museum, with lots to see and with most information in English. No restaurant, but toilets available.

Thank Gaynor S
Reviewed March 19, 2017

The museum provided very detailed virtual guide about history of the town and trulli. I enjoyed the tour and the trulli itself.

Thank Tanya K
Reviewed December 13, 2016

In a region, plenty of olive trees, we have a very good olive oil, and this small museum shows us the sorts of olives, how they are treated, pressed and we know a lot o the best quality. Very interesting to visit,

Thank Manuela L
Reviewed June 5, 2016

This small museum has a short film explaining how olive oil is produced, and exhibits showing the different types of olives in Puglia and where each is grown as well as some historic equipment. The displays have English translations. Purchase your tickets at the nearby...More

Thank CaliforniaGoGirl
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