Museo della carta e della filigrana

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Summer Season 2023 Opening Hours:

From Monday to Sunday from 9:30 to 13:30 in the morning and from 15:00 to 18:00 in the afternoon.

Holidays on which we're open for business:

January 6th, Easter, Easter Monday, June 2nd , August 15th.

"Civiltà della Scrittura" Section's Opening Hours:

- On Tuesday and Friday from 16:00 to 19:00.

- On Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 to 12:00 in the morning and from 16:00 to 19:00 in the enening.

- On Monday from 11:00 to 13:00.

Entrance Prices:

- Adults: € 10,00

- Under 18: € 5,00

- Senior citizens (Over 65 years of age): € 8,00

- Family Ticket (2 Adults and 1 Minor): € 20,00. 

For every additional minor: € 5,00.

- Groups (at least 20 people): € 8,00 for each person.

- Workshop "Siamo tutti Mastri Cartai": € 5,00 for participant.

  (All workshop sessions take place at pre-determined times)

By purchasing our ticket you gain access to the "Civiltà della Scrittura" section of the Museum of Paper (Located in the cloister of the San Benedetto church, In Piazza Francesco Fabi Altini) and the "Bruno Molajoli" Civic Art Gallery. (Piazza Giovanni Paolo II 60044 Fabriano (AN))

Free Admissions:

- Children under the age of 6 years old

- Differently abled people (Under the n.104/1992 law; requires certification) and one of their caretakers

- Individuals recognized with at least 75% of disabilities (requires certification)

- Touristic Guides possessing certification valid in the EU

- Group escorts (1 of 20 paying customers).

Holidays that we're closed for:

January 1st, Christmas, November 1st.

Contact Information:

Address: Museo della Carta e della Filigrana Largo Fratelli Spacca, 2 Fabriano (AN) 60044

Telephone Number: 0732.709297 - 0732.22334


Additional Information:

Our tour guides offer visits in english, french, spanish and deutsch. If you wish to have our staff to hold a tour in one of the abovementioned languages you are required to make a reservation by calling us at +39 0732 22334 or contact us via e-mail.

During your stay at the museum you will be able to witness the making of handcrafted paper live, learn about production techniques of old and new, the history and the relative machinery employed in the production of various kinds of paper, and see collections of antique watermarks and tools used by papermakers.

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