Museum of rural life and time Guatelli collection

Via Nazionale, 130 - 43046 - Collecchio (PR)

Phone: +39 3501287867

Opening times

From 24 February to 14 June open from Tuesday to Friday from 10am to 1pm; Saturday, Sunday, holidays and eves from 10am to 1pm (last entry 11.30am) and from 3pm to 6pm (last entry 4.30pm). Closed on Monday.
From 15 June to 15 September from Tuesday to Friday from 10am to 1om; Saturday, Sunday, holidays from 10am to 1pm (last entry at 11.30am) and from 5pm to 8pm (last entry at 6.30pm). Closed on Monday.

Visiting methods
Only by guided tour (lasting an hour and a half)
Departure for visits on Saturday, Sunday and holidays
10am – 11.30am – 3pm – 4.30pm

For information and reservations
Tel. +39 350.1287867 or e-mail info@museoguatelli.it

Prices

Full price € 8.00; € 5.00 children and young people aged 11 to 18, groups of at least 15 people, over 65s, university students with ID up to 25 years of age, agreements (Coop Alleanza 3.0; UISP, FAI), residents of the Municipalities of Collecchio, Fornovo Taro, Sala Baganza and Parma, “zero emissions” visitors (by bicycle, pilgrims, hikers, trekking groups); reduced ticket family with two adults and two or more children aged 11 and over € 20.

Free entrance: accredited teachers, members of the Association of Friends of Ettore Guatelli and the Museum, disabled people and their companion, Icom, Simbdea members, children up to 10 years old, journalists with card.

Museo Ettore Guatelli

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Museo Guatelli

The museum of rural life and time was born thanks to the passionate collector’s passion of Ettore Guatelli. He has collected all his tools and objects used by the farmers all his life, and then placed them, with the care of an artist, on the walls and shelves of this old country house on the Bella Foglia farm.
The collection Guatelli gathers more than 60.000 artifacts bearing witness to the lives and work of men and women.

Toys, kitchen wares, musical instruments, thousands of tins, tools belonged to wandering artists, clocks and much more are on display in this unusual museum.

Ettore Guatelli Museum: a space open to outdoor tourism
This year the Ettore Guatelli Museum has provided a discount on entrance fees including guide, at €5.00 dedicated to “zero emissions” visitors, meaning by this definition also cycle tourists who can have a guided tour, take advantage of spaces for parking and, on reservation, have a refreshment service or tastings.
The main defined itineraries, which include the museum, concern the Taro Park and the 19/bis Taro variant of the Via Francigena (Parma-Fornovo Taro) and the 19/bis Francigena hill variant which from Collecchio crosses the Boschi di Carrega Boschi Park, then Talignano, Segalara and Vizzola to get to the Guatelli Museum via the convenient cycle path.

The museum is member of Parma by bike club.

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