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Museo Dell'olio

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Via Giuseppe Verdi 7, 70011, Alberobello Italy
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UNESCO's Alberobello and Matera from Bari
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UNESCO's Alberobello and Matera from Bari

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With a private guide, visit two UNESCO World Heritage Sites in one day. First, explore Matera, including the Sassi area, a complex of cave dwellings carved into the mountainside. Nearby, rock churches house 13th-century frescoes. Then it’s on to Alberobello to see the Trulli, an awe-inspiring collection of mortarless limestone dwellings, a prehistoric building technique still used in the region.
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GeorgeFMarkhamON wrote a review May 2017
Toronto, Canada2,918 contributions971 helpful votes
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 street and open the door to the oil exhibit. Plan 15-30 minutes at most.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Gaynor S wrote a review May 2017
Solihull, United Kingdom371 contributions118 helpful votes
A small, but well designed museum, with lots to see and with most information in English. No restaurant, but toilets available.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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Tanya K wrote a review Mar 2017
Princeton, New Jersey131 contributions37 helpful votes
The museum provided very detailed virtual guide about history of the town and trulli. I enjoyed the tour and the trulli itself.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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Manuela L wrote a review Dec 2016
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg7,117 contributions2,631 helpful votes
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,
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Date of experience: May 2016
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CaliforniaGoGirl wrote a review Jun 2016
Northern California124 contributions17 helpful votes
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 Museo del Territorio, and a museum employee will walk over and unlock the oil museum. (Tickets are good for both museums.) There is no tasting at the museum, but you can pick up a map showing 7 olive mills on the outskirts of town, with telephone numbers so you can check to see if they are open and doing tasting. We stopped at Oleificio Abbracciavento the next day on our way to Ostuni, and tasted the 3 oils they produced.
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Date of experience: May 2016
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