The Rovereto War Museum was created immediately after the end of the First World War as a reminder of the Trentino’s unification with Italy.
It is situated in the town’s castle and was inaugurated by Victorio Emanuel III in 1921. The museum is today home to a permanent display of arms, uniforms, photographs, documents and memorabilia dating back to the Great War. There are also temporary exhibitions with a variety of themes, such as research, books, history and cinema.
From time to time, the museum plays host to small events, such as buffets and meetings. It has a spacious outdoor courtyard and 70-seat conference room, making it a unique and original venue in a historical location.
- distance and journey time from airport Verona: 70 km 45 mins.
- distance and journey time from railway station Rovereto: 3 km 15 mins.
- distance and journey time from motorway exit Rovereto: 4 km 10 mins.
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Technical equipment in the congress areas:
- presenters' table
- seats (with writing area)
- electrical connections