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Great views good to see how things were

Followed the sighs on the narrow street in Limone up to del Castel . Spent a good hour looking... read more

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This was a surprise hit. I wasn't expecting much at all other than nice views (which it certainly... read more

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Via Quattro Novembre 25, 25010 Limone sul Garda, Italy
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

On arrival in Limone the directions to the lemon museum were clearly signed almost from the boat dismount. Other people have mentioned steep climbs but really unless you a terribly unfit it wasn't too challenging. There were beautiful shops to look in along most of...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Followed the sighs on the narrow street in Limone up to del Castel . Spent a good hour looking round the different fruit trees growing there and how it used to be years ago.The views down to Limone are great on a clear sunny day.

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This was a surprise hit. I wasn't expecting much at all other than nice views (which it certainly had) but it was really interesting and nicely done. 2 euros per adult and the children were free, so an absolute bargain. We spent almost an hour...More

1  Thank NR99
Reviewed 1 week ago

a cheap and pleasant way to spend a lazy hour or so .A good meander through the backstreets following the tiles on the floor, well worth the climb for super views.

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Limone means lemon: the town was historically known for its lemon farms (they were the most north lemon in the world). They had the brilliant idea to restore one of this farm to let people know how the business worked in the past. It's a...More

Thank Salgari7777
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We spent a leisurely morning looking around the Lemon castle, that is built on five levels. It was so interesting to learn about the history and methods of growing lemons, as well as the different types of citrus fruits grown there. They cater well for...More

Thank Loyaloldbean
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Excellent little museum and gardens explaining unique structure of ruined lemon green houses from which Limone takes its name. Clean toilets and only €2 entrance per person. Quite a lot of steps to different levels and no lifts so unsuitable for disabled or impaired mobility...More

Thank mjditchburn
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We spent a lovely morning looking through the lemon museum. Built up on four or five levels, the museum shows you how the lemons used to be cultivated in the area. They have a lot of varieties of lemons, oranges, and other citrus fruit on...More

Thank TravelLass82
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Follow the tiles in the floor from the small harbour at it will take you to this living museum. Nominal entrance fee. Very interesting to read (yes they have it in English, German and Italian about the history of Lemon growing in the area as...More

1  Thank David K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This lemon museum will give you all the information and history on lemons you will ever need to know. The restoration work has been expertly done and the displays are clear in English, Italian and German. If you are not sure where it is in...More

1  Thank timrI9041MU
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