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A great visit if you're in the area. A small but interesting museum with interesting exhibits. I particularly enjoyed the photographs with letters from soldiers in Italian, German and English. I had never heard of the Ice city before and was amazed to hear that...More
An excellent museum. Shows aspects of WW1 few people know. Shows how Austrians built underground tunnels. When the cable car was built, frozen bodies of soldiers in uniform were found and displayed in the museum.
The Marmolada War Museum is a little gem and also the highest museum in Europe.
It is an interactive,multi media and multi sensory course. It retells the period of the first world war as experienced by the soldiers who fought here. The hardships of a...More
I have been here many times and the food is ok.steer clear of the pasta.the pizza is ok
Check your bill...a few times things added that weren’t received
Will end up coming back because of the convenience sake but have definitely eaten better.owners wife seems...More
Date of experience: August 2018
Giuliana B, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at Museo Marmolada Grande Guerra 3000 m, responded to this reviewResponded 13 August 2018
We are sorry, but we think there is a mistake. We are a Museum and you are talking about a Restaurant. There is a restaurant in Serauta, but we don't serve any pizza and the wife of the owner of the cable car...More
If you're making your way to the glacier, then this museum should definitely be on your to-do list. Escaping a white-out, ski boots are welcome, I found the museum informative and engaging. A great, simple layout, with amazing artifacts. I spent almost an hour here...More
This is our heritage, we have to preserve it. The museum is really well done and crazy thing, is free!! It's impressive to see how these soldiers fought this horrible war. Every student should visit it.
This museum is a must see! It's a unique collection about the Great War, especially the mountain welfare. It's interesting and heartbreaking to learn about the circumstances these soldiers had to endure for weeks, months or even years - and being at this altitude, surrounded...More
Visiting a war museum is never fun, so if you take some time and really read and see the rich photo, video, textual and material documentation, it will help you to deeper understanding of circumstances in which the mountain warfare went on in WW I,...More