Azienda Musei Provinciali- Museum Ladin-Ursus Ladinicus, San Cassiano
(4.2/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
Azienda Musei Provinciali- Museum Ladin-Ursus Ladinicus is located in San Cassiano. For Azienda Musei Provinciali- Museum Ladin-Ursus Ladinicus and beyond, use our San Cassiano vacation generator to get the most from your San Cassiano vacation.
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  • In this Museum in San Cassiano in the former headquarters is now located in a new location was private APT mollto functional spelealagus bear is found on the Col Rodella in a cave, to visit with kids in tow
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  • The small museum is dedicated entirely to the Ursus ladinicus. On two floors, the visitor learns a lot about the discovery of the Conturines cave, the cave bear and the geology of the Dolomites. The information is beautifully prepared and clearly presented. Here the one or the other exhibit may even be touched. For children not boring very exciting and even after the second visit.
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  • Went here on a rainy day but it was very interesting experience. The Museum is very cheap and gives you possibility with same ticket to visit another Museum nearby. With family tickets you'll save much. Staff very pleasant and helpful. My two daughters 5 and 7 years have really had a lot of fun.
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  • It would be nice to dedicate a museum to live animals but we must content ourselves with extinct animals or bears invested. Mr. ...
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