Just a few kilometres from Trento, in San Michele all’Adige, is the Museum of the Uses and Customs of the Trentino People. The academic, Giuseppe Šebasta, was responsible for its creation, and the museum was built inside the fortified Agostinian monastery, representing one of the most prestigious cultural and traditional destinations of the Alps. This important ethnographic museum occupies 4 floors and has 41 halls, displaying not only the permanent exhibition, but also temporary displays of great interest.
The museum has a number of areas that can be used for events, equipped with basic technical requirements. There is the grand tiered salon, the tricuspid cloisters, the open courtyard and the refectory hall, which are excellent locations in which to organise meetings and coffee breaks or buffets for over 100 participants.
- distance and journey time from airport Verona: 100 km 60 mins.
- distance and journey time from railway station Mezzocorona: 2,5 km 6 mins.
- distance and journey time from motorway exit San Michele all'Adige: 2 km 4 mins.
|Capacity pax with various set-ups||Area
|Sala a Gradoni||40||40||Yes|
Technical equipment in the congress areas:
- presenters' table
- seats (with writing area)
- electrical connections
- black-out option
- store room