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Museo dell'Olivo

Via Garessio 11-13, 18100, Imperia, Italy
+39 0183 295762
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Excellent museum, well organized & very informative

We thoroughly enjoyed our time at this museum - it tells the history and importance of the olive... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Lagos, Portugal
Bice Museum and vey clean ;-)

our kiddos do like the museum - it is rather interesting the story of the olives - makes you... read more

Reviewed 13 August 2017
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Via Garessio 11-13, 18100, Imperia, Italy
+39 0183 295762
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Reviewed 3 days ago

We thoroughly enjoyed our time at this museum - it tells the history and importance of the olive tree as well as goes over the production of olive oil. We didn't realize how many uses there are for the olive oil and tree. If you...More

Thank Janicew13
Reviewed 13 August 2017 via mobile

our kiddos do like the museum - it is rather interesting the story of the olives - makes you appreciate the oil even more - what hard work behind the agriculture of olive trees is! we also liked the fact that it was exceptionally clean...More

Thank chrigikpunkt
Reviewed 8 August 2017 via mobile

Adorable place to visit! Very interesting history! There is more information that I expected, very beautiful and smartful exposition!

Thank Jana B
Reviewed 15 June 2017

A very interesting place to learn all about the history of olive oil production through the ages. There is also a very good shop on site with all manner of olive oil products to sample and buy.

Thank JohnnyGPortsmouth
Reviewed 17 May 2017

you used natural yeast for Pizza and Focaccia and Bread very long time for lievitation before cucking...and very good produit ...

Thank Giuseppe F
Reviewed 13 April 2017

This museum is well laid-out, with interesting displays, most with English description panels. They also have a little restaurant just across the street that serves light meals using (naturally) the olive oil of the house.

Thank Jeff P
Reviewed 27 March 2017

I had been promising myself this visit for years thinking it handy to the train station. But they have moved the station a fair way back from the town. I think the history of olives and how they came around the Mediterranean fascinating.The entrance fee...More

Thank longley203
Reviewed 2 March 2017 via mobile

Mind blown! Very much worth seeing... fantastic that a family owned business still operates like it is 1911 delivering personally to customers... but all over Italy and France! They don't sell to stores or distributors and uses only the best extra virgin oil. The guide...More

Thank mark b
Reviewed 21 January 2017

This complex of Fratelli Carli is a must visit. This is the main HQ and production facility for the family-run company, plus a museum of all the olive oil artifacts they have collected over the years. Both are worth a visit. We probably enjoyed our...More

Thank Brad S
Reviewed 10 November 2016

The Museo dell´Olivo is an inexpensive place to visit where you can learn about the olive oil history. You can see how it was made since roman times and how it impacted Italian history. Right beside it there is a store with a lot of...More

Thank Giulia G
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