1. S Perkmandlhaus/Museo Minerario - Palù del Fersina/Gamoa’ va Palai En Bersntol
Where does the Mine gnome live? Enter his home, the S Pèrgmandlhaus museum, and learn about the history of miners from the Tyrol, who for centuries have extracted copper from the mountains, and their relationship with the local population.
2. Gruab va Hardimbl - Miniera museo
In the Valle dei Mocheni or Bersntol (Valle del Fersina) the signs of mining activity of the 1500s are permanently etched in the landscape and in the collective imagination of the Valley.
3. Area archeologica Montesei di Serso
Trentino has always been a land of frontiers and of alternating different populations. The ancient tribes of the Reti have left traces of prehistoric human presence in the Trentino area probably as early as the end of the III millennium BC
4. Area archeologica Acqua Fredda
At 1440 metres above sea level between the Pinè Plateau and the Valle dei Mocheni the Porta del Parco is always open. Discovered in 1979, it is one of the highest archaeological areas in Europe and it is considered one of the most important prehistoric foundries in the Alps.
5. Parco minerario di Calceranica
This Gate opens directly onto the entrance of the majestic pyrite mine which was active until 1964. The main gallery, with the sweet-sounding name Leyla, was once used for transporting the extracted material to the surface.
6. Museo delle Miniere di Vignola
Visitors can live what they could only have imagined in the recreation of a mine exactly as our miners saw it until the 1960s when extraction ended; when the abandoned mines became silent, began processing their memories and rest.
7. Museo Pietra Viva - S. Orsola Terme
The passion and dedication of twins Lino and Mario Pallaoro, treasure hunters, collectors, explorers, and mineral experts famous also abroad, are all in this museum, particularly suitable for families for an exciting experience, infused with their incredible enthusiasm.
8. Museo Casa Porfido - Albiano
A visit to Casa Porfido means learning about history and tradition. It is the universe of the Porfido Trentino, a stone used in architecture for decorating houses, as well as for paving streets and squares all over the world.