Not too far from Madonna dell’Acero, the town of Pian d’Ivo comes with a peculiar two-storey Visitor Centre with lots of interactive panels and exhibition spaces that will introduce you to the territory’s hydrographic asset just by looking at a detailed scale model of the area.
The exhibition primarily focuses on “water” at multiple levels, starting from its intense erosive activity evidenced by magnificent samples of rocks and minerals, while the reproduction of a mill shows the importance of water as a driving force for human activities.
The visitor centre offers exhibitions for the youngest as well, including special panels displaying animal paw prints and sounds.
The territory is thus explored and explained in an intuitive way thanks to pictures, photos and captivating scale models that represent the synergy between nature and humans in their daily activities.
Biodiversity week 2019
Sunday the 26th of May 2019: 10 am- 1pm; 2pm- 5pm.
Saturday the 22nd and Saturday the 29th, and every Sunday: 10 am- 1pm; 2pm- 5pm
Every Saturday and Sunday : 10 am- 1pm; 2pm- 5pm
Every Saturday: 10 am- 1pm; 2.m- 5pm
Monday the 5th (Celebration of Madonna dell’Acero): 10 am- 1pm; 2pm- 5pm
During the week from the 12th to the 16th : 10 am- 1pm; 2pm- 5pm
Sunday the 4th, the 11th, the 18th and the 25th: 10 am- 1pm; 2pm- 5pm
Sunday the 1st: 10 am- 1pm; 2pm- 5pm
22 December- 6 January 2020: 11am-1pm; 1:30pm-3:30pm
closed on the 25th of December and of 1st January