House-Museum of the Berton Brothers
- from December 1st to May 3rd:
Friday and Saturday 10am – 1pm 4pm – 7pm
Sunday 10am – 1 pm
- 6 and 7 December 4pm – 7pm
8 December 10am – 1 pm
- from 27 December to 5 January 4pm – 7pm
6 January 10am – 1 pm
- from Friday 21 February to Saturday 29 February 4pm – 7pm
Sunday 3 March 10am – 1 pm
- from Thursday 4 April to Monday 13 April 4pm – 7pm
Tuesday 14 April 10am – 1 pm
Full entry fee: € 2
Reduced entry (over 65): € 1.50
Free entrance: under 18
Scholars, collectors, lovers of art and the local territory, the brothers Robert and Louis Berton, convinced that culture is a common good, donated their house, where the family used to spend their holidays, to the town of La Thuile, to make a museum of it.
The eclectic collection mainly consists of traditional Aosta Valley artefacts, in particular masks, furniture, prints of avant-garde painters, drawings and illustrations of traditional architecture, and an extensive library.
Visitors will find a domestic environment characterized by its original furniture, where time has stood still between the 1970s and 1990s, and can enjoy the artistic wealth on display thanks to modern equipment that allow them to explore the themes in greater focus.