The Museum of Customs and Traditions of the People of Trentino (MUCGT), founded in 1968 by Giuseppe Šebesta, stands out for its analytical focus on the agricultural and pastoral system of the Alps.
Located in the picturesque setting of the ancient Augustinian monastery of San Michele all'Adige, the Museum of Customs and Traditions of the People of Trentino is one of the largest ethnographic museums in Italy.
The exhibition is divided into 43 rooms, ranging from bottom to top on 5 levels and crossing 25 different sections from agriculture to craftsmanship to the world of peasants, wood, iron, copper, ceramics, fabrics, symbols of religiosity, music and folklore.
In the basement spaces, formerly occupied by the monastery cellar, are the rooms dedicated to viticulture, winemaking and distillation.
Tuesday - Sunday:
from 9.00 a.m. to 12.30 a.m. and from 2.30 p.m. to 6.00 p.m.
Closed on Monday, the 1st November, the 25th December, the 1st Jenuary