Located in San Martino in Badia, the “Museum Ladin” is dedicated to the interesting history of Ladin population.
Image gallery: Ladin Museum Ćiastel de Tor
The population of the Ladin-speaking valleys in the heart of the Dolomites is characterised by a special language as well as the scenic landscape of the Southern Alps. As these valleys look back on a lively past, the Ladin Museum has been originated in order to make detailed information available to everyone. It can be found in the Ćiastel de Tor castle of San Martino in Badia.
A visit of this museum does not only give you an insight into the history of Ladin localities, but also into the Ladin language, which stood the test of time and is still spoken today. Therefore this museum does not only reveal information about the Val Badia Valley, but also about the other Ladin-speaking valleys, amongst others the Val Gardena and the Val di Fassa (Trentino). In the inner yard of the castle, however, special exhibitions, concerts and other cultural events take place.
The branch of this museum is situated in San Cassiano in the Alta Badia: the Museum Ladin Ursus ladinicus, dedicated to the prehistoric cave bear of the Conturines.
€ 8.00 adults
€ 6.50 € seniors 65+
€ 6.50 groups (min. 15 persons)
€ 6.50 students (up to 27 years)
€ 2.00 € school classes
€ 16.00 family ticket (2 adults with children up to 16 years)
free for children up to 6 years (without audioguide)
The ticket allows the free entry in the Museum Ladin Ursus ladinicus in San Cassiano.