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FRI 4PM - 7PM
SAT-SUN 10AM - 7PM

Not just a museum
but a multifaceted experience

The museo del termalismo antico e del territorio is located in the heart of Montegrotto Terme and is made of two souls: the thermal activity (termalismo), which is a millennial tradition of the Euganean area, and the territory (territorio), because the museum enlightens other distinctive aspects of our land.

Between its walls, the museum preserves jealously the original and amazing findings discovered in the archaeological sites of Montegrotto Terme, recounting of an ancient past and of a present peculiarity.

Far from being a traditional archaeological museum, the museo del termalismo antico e del territorio encompasses innovation and freshness, creating a space of stimulating mysteries capable of fascinating each and every visitor.

The museum is immersive, interactive and fully customizable in order to create a multidimensional, down-to-earth, visitor experience.

An interactive visit/tour

 

The museum offers a tour towards the history of the Euganean area, and it also allows you to take a real journey: interactive, dynamic, multisensorial through thermal activity and its secrets.

An immersive room will introduce you to the wonders of thermal water formation process, while an interactive map will lead you to explore, through space and time, ancient thermal sources.

A contemporary and customized oracle will let you live the experience of divination, such as it was perceived in ancient times, while a floor installation will “immerse” you in the waters of Euganean Thermal sources.

The recreation of an ancient thermal water transport system will help you appreciate the technical aspects of thermal activity. You will also have the possibility to play with this ancient machine and understand the functioning of its very part.

Virtual reconstructions will bring you back in time, letting you walk through an antique beauty and help you draw comparisons between past and present.

A multisensorial timeline will then help you place thermal activities inside their historical context.