The Tomato Museum, housed in a medieval agro-food processing centre, tells the long history of this “exotic” product that arrived in this territory from America, deeply marking the economic development. The objects and the documents displayed here describe the evolution of production and industrial technology, from processing to preservation, and they raise the curtain on the culture of ‘Tomato World’ with advertising, quotes, paintings, sculptures and recipes.
open from the first of weekend of March to 8 December: Saturday, Sunday and festivities from 10.00am to 6.00pm
from Monday to Friday open on reservation for groups of minimum 15 people.
full price without tasting euros 5,00
groups of minimum 15 people, schools children between 6 and 12 years old euros 4,00
free entrance for disabled, schools, journalists and under 6 guided tour for minimum 30 people euros 20,00 plus the entrance ticket.