This centre hosts a permanent exhibition that illustrates the geomorphology of the Park.
The food for thought offered to the visitor includes agents that modify the environment, rock composition and their degradation, the evolution of the Alps. Mankind has not been forgotten from among the modifying agents, with its mining activities, the use of stone in mountain architecture, changes in slopes, water control and canalization. Furthermore, landscape configuration has also been linked with the habits of the most famous Park animals, such as the ibex, the chamois, the marmot and the eagle.
The route is developed by panels at various levels of analysis and features a comic itinerary for the visit, devoted to children, who are accompanied by Stamby, a very friendly ibex. A model helps us to understand the composition of Park rocks and their degradation. In the nearby projection room, it is possible to watch documentaries made in the Park.
The use of the mask is recommended, especially in crowded contexts.
Location: Noasca town hall - Via Umberto I (Noasca - TO)
Phone number: 0039 0220.127.116.11