The Woodland Museum is a permanent exhibit dedicated to the forests of the Park, to their ancient and recent history, to their future.
With the Woodland Museum, after being entrusted with the management of the important heritage of the regional forests Lame, Penna, and Zatta (2005), the Park would like to draw citizens near to the extraordinary history of the local woodlands - displaying handicrafts, finds, relics, and forest tools - celebrating the work and local identity of the people of the valley who has always been crucially linked to the woodland and educating to the understanding of the woodland and its ecological system.
The Woodland Museum is open on weekends from 24 June to 9 July and from 2 to 17 September; from 14 July to 27 August also on Fridays.
Special openings on the following Tuesdays: 27 June; 4, 11, 25 July; 8, 15, 22 August.
Opening times: 10.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m.
During the other months, special openings may take place for special events.
The Museum remains closed in the event of a weather alert. On midweek opening days, in the event of rain, the Museum may be unmanned (can only be visited outdoors), at the discretion of the appointed guide.