Museo dell'Olio

Museo dell'Olio, Loreto Aprutino: Address, Phone Number, Museo dell'Olio Reviews: 4.5/5

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Valerie A
Oakland, CA12 contributions
Museo dell’Olio
Oct 2018 • Couples
This museum was included with a visit to the Ceramics Museum. The antique olive oil making equipment and the accompanying information from the docent was an unexpected treat!
Written 15 October 2018
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Julian S
Alton, UK31 contributions
Quick visit to Loreto
Jul 2018
My son and I had a morning in the Abruzzo hills and decided to visit Loreto. The Museo dell'Olio was in a joint ticket with Museo Acerbo. Both are great. They don't take long, and you'll get a very interesting introduction to both from the friendly curator. Very glad we visited.
Written 19 July 2018
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Dona1d
Bluffton, SC43 contributions
Interesting Museum
May 2017 • Couples
If you love olive oil like we do, this is a 30-40 minute self guided tour and a way to learn about how olive oil was made back in the day and sometimes - still today. The old presses and other machinery used in the process of making the oil are there and you get a good understanding of the process from start to finish.
Written 8 June 2017
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Luc D
Hasselt, Belgium16 contributions
FANTASTIQUE HISTORIE
Mar 2016 • Friends
We have visited the Museo dell'Olio on a culinary trip to Abruzzo with Belgium friends. Wonderful place to visit. very nice family history. A must to go. Brontolo Tours
Written 13 April 2016
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Joel A
Weston, MA17 contributions
Small, interesting museum
Sep 2015 • Family
Is was a rainy day in late September. We called a number on the door and a young woman (forgot her name) showed up a few minutes later and gave us a private tour of the museum. We like the building as much as the collections.
Written 10 December 2015
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Nateurocan
Montreal11 contributions
Good complement to the Museo Acerbo
Aug 2014 • Business
When you visit the Museo Acerbo in Loreto Aprutino, you can ask for a guided tour of this other museum after, short walk from there. Be aware, since it's still privatly owned, sometime, it's not open to the public.
Written 25 July 2015
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UndercoverExpat
Perth, Australia226 contributions
Olive Oil Museum with everything but the oil.
Jul 2015 • Friends
Set in the authentic oiive oil mill, purpose built to impress in 1880, we were guilded through the process from olive delivery, storage, animal powered milling and separating. Along side the older machinery, we also got to see the diesel driven machinery, and the display of awards for the olive oil.
Our English speaking guide, Sanda, was so informative and charming, we enjoyed taking other guests back a week later.
This museum is on a joint ticket (€6) with the Ceramics Museum so allow time for this too.
Written 20 July 2015
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