Museo delle zoche e della tarsia

Opened in December 2013, the Museum displays a series of temporary exhibitions dedicated to artists of the territory and a collection of tree roots and wood inlays made by skilled local sculptors.

Woodworking is one of the activities that characterizes the town of San Gregorio nelle Alpi and for this reason the Museum houses more than 250 wooden sculptures. You can also find works of “tarsia” (marquetry), an ancient woodworking activity that this town has re-launched in 2008 with courses of inlay, recovering the technique that has been lost over the years.

The museum also hosts a permanent exhibition of ancient prints donated by Count Damiano Miari Fulcis, honorary citizen of San Gregorio nelle Alpi. 

Opening days and accessibility

 Opening hours:

- on Sundays from 3 pm to 7 pm
- the other days only by reservation


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