Barolo is a great town and the wines in this area are super, but this museum does not quite work. The castle and the views from it are good, but the museum does not warrant the €8 charge per person. Instead, I would rather sit...More
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We recently went here and were rather perplexed by the museum. I felt that it was more geared towards children than adults and we left questioning why someone would make a children's museum for wine. As you're reading the history of the region, behind you...More
They made efforts to make this museum, but in a wrong way. What do you expect from a wine museum located at Barolo, one of the most famous wine countries? History, wine-making process (and perhaps the transition of wine-making process), types of grapes, etc. No,...More
I was not expecting much... and I was blown away by this intriguing museum! It's hard to explain what you will find here. Treat yourself with a visit to this museum, you will not regret it.
This was a great experience, lots of interesting displays. Loved the movie room and the kitchen - felt like I wanted to start cooking!