The visitors centre has been set up inside a building which previously housed the Grand Hotel of Ceresole. The main theme of the new exibition focuses on the relationship between mankind and the ibex in history and art to this days. Intresting the multimedia materials available to the visitor and the recostructions, such as those panels that evoke a cave with prehistoric drawings depicting the first Ibexes and hunting scenes of that era. There are also exposed many objects of daily use, collections of photographs and paintings as well as references to myths and legends born around this mountain animal.
As a consequence of the prescriptions related to the Covid-19 health emergency, the Centers will be accessible with safety measures,. Protective masks and at least one meter distance apart are required .
According to current rules, access to permanent exhibitions will be limited.
Telephone reservation is required by contacting the Tourist Secretariat of Noasca, +39 0124 901070
In compliance with current government regulations, from August 6th 2021 it will be mandatory that visitors show their Green Pass (also "EU Digital COVID Certificate"), accompanied by a valid identity document, to access the Visitor Centre. To prevent any connection problems from preventing control and therefore access to the Centre, it is advisable to obtain the certificate in digital format already saved on your mobile device or in paper format.
Location: Prese hamlet c/o ex Grand Hotel, Ceresole Reale (TO).
Opening days: Download the 2021 opening hours
For informations and checks of times and opening days: 0039-0124-953321
- Entrance ticket € 2,50
- Reduced ticket € 2,00 --> School or organized groups
- Free entrance --> Under 6 and over 65
Compulsory booking for groups (min. 15 - max. 25) and schools (min. 10 - max 25)