MAV - Museum of the Aosta Valley traditional craftworks
From May 13th to October 31st 2017 open Tuesdays to Sundays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Last entrance 30 minutes before closing time.
From November 1st to March 31st open only on reservation.
*Extraordinary opening times 2017, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.:
- January 30th and 31st
- April 16th and 17th
- August 14th
- from December 8th to 10th
Open on Easter, Easter Monday and August 15th (Ferragosto).
Full-Price ticket € 5.00
Reduced € 3.00 for:
children between 6 and 18 years of age (excluding school groups), people over 65, groups of at least 20 paying people, university students (upon presentation of university ID), those who present an admission ticket to the Fénis castle or other agreed sites.
Reduced € 2.00 for:
all school groups (including teachers and accompanying adults) and visiting groups accompanied by MAV-accredited tour guides.
visitors with disabilities (certified as per Law no. 104/92) their companions, children under 6, “Amici del MAV” card holders, tour guides, together with interpreters (if required when accompanying groups of visitors), journalists visiting the MAV as part of a professional assignment, staff of the Ministry for Cultural Heritage, members of the Cultural Heritage Authority, museum directors and curators, members of the I.C.O.M. and SIMBDEA, all researchers authorised by IVAT/MAV Management, members of institutional bodies and staff of the IVAT, VIPs visitors or invited guests of the Valle d’Aosta Region, authorised by IVAT/MAV Management.
Guided visit : € 20.00 + individual ticket price (service on reservation for a maximum of 20 people)
The site is accessible to people with disabilities.
MAV wants itself to become the heart of the traditional local handicraft, a place where to find all the characteristics of the Aosta Valley cultural heritage and the rituals belonging to its community.
The Museum is a journey through materials, traditional and aesthetic forms and lines, techniques and craft know-how, to follow in order to safeguard the regional art and identity and disclose them to the public. That’s why MAV is not a static museum where to admire handicraft works, but a communication project to the community who once conceived this objects and today has to discover them again and bring them to a new life.
To be always informed about the activities organized from MAV, visit the web site indicated in the “Contact” section.