The new Museum housed in a renovated sawmill has been entirely redesigned, focussing on the Regole d'Ampezzo, the century old common heritage of the Cortina d'Ampezzo valley.

The exhibition develops on two floors in the upper part of the building. On the first floor, the collective institution of the Regole d'Ampezzo and on the second floor the common heritage of the Regole and the collective management of forests and pasturelands.

In the basement, the space has been designed to house themed exhibitions, the precious collections of traditional arts and crafts - tarsia works, silver filigree, wrought iron and traditional costumes.
On the same floor there is a teaching classroom.

The scope of the exhibition is: to focus the attention of the visitors on the ancient decisions and choices that formed the forests and pasturelands that we admire today; to help visitors understand that over the centuries the collective management of the common heritage has been the main source of sustenance for the Ampezzo community; and finally to show that this ancient institution is still successfully functioning in our times.

Through a selection of objects and images the museum documents important cultural aspects of the Ampezzo community: the heritage of traditions and customs, the management of forests and pasturelands, and the century-old relationship of Man with the natural environment.

Between silver threads and art

A unique exhibition dedicated to the Ampezzan art of filigree

From 1 April new rules for access to places of culture, with the entry into force of the Decree Law 24 March 2022, n. 24. For access to museums and other places of culture, it is no longer required to have the reinforced green pass, or the basic one. The obligation to use surgical masks remains.


Covid-19 Emergency - Methods and procedures for visiting the Museum.

We inform you that - based on the Law Decree of 24 March 2022, n. 24 - from 1 April 2022 to access the museum it is no longer required to have the reinforced green pass or the basic one. The obligation to use surgical masks remains.

Behaviors to be respected:

  • Always maintain an interpersonal safety distance, with the exception of your family unit.
  • Wear the mask, not mandatory only for children up to 6 years.
  • Only 1 person can access the ticket office at a time; other visitors are asked to wait while maintaining a safe distance, according to the instructions provided by the reception staff.
  • Inside the museum, the visit can always be carried out along the path indicated by the signs and / or by the museum staff.
  • In the exhibition halls the usual prohibition on touching display cases, objects, works and surfaces remains.
  • The use of the lift is allowed for 1 person at a time.
  • The bookshop materials must not be touched; in case of need, it is possible to ask the staff and in any case only using special disposable gloves.
  • For the use of the toilets, the instructions displayed there must be respected.

We also remind you that inside the museum:

  • Sanitizing gels are available
  • Any brochures and / or other information material requested must be taken away by the visitor and not left at the museum.

Opening hours

The museum is open from 25 June to 9 October 2022

Opening hours:

from Tuesday to Sunday 10: 30-12: 30 and 15: 00-19: 00 (August open every day)

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Ticket for 3 Museum of Regole: €12,00 full price, €8,00 reduced price

Ticket for Ethnographic and Palaeontological Museums: € 7,00 full price; € 5,00 reduced price

Cumulative family ticket (two adults + one or more children) for Ethnographic and Palaeontological Museums: € 15,00

REDUCED PRICE TICKET ETHNOGRAPHIC AND PALEONTOLOGICAL MUSEUMS: senior visitors over 65 years; from 10 to 18 years; students with current student ID; residents in Cortina d’Ampezzo; members of ITALIAN TOURING CLUB, members of CAI; groups of 15 visitors; teachers; MAMBO (Bologna Museum of Modern Art); FAI

FREE: children under 10 years; severely disable (over 74% with certification) escort included; members of MUSEUM OF MODERN ART MARIO RIMOLDI; journalist with a valid Press Card; members of Regole d’Ampezzo; holders of CARTA GIOVANI DEL COMUNE DI CORTINA D’AMPEZZO; members of CAI CORTINA; members of: MART (Modern Art Museum of Trento and Rovereto); CASA D’ARTE FUTURISTA DEPERO; MUSEO MORANDI; CASA MORANDI E MUSEO PER LA MEMORIA DI USTICA; PARCO(Pordenone Arte Contemporanea); FONDAZIONE PEGGY GUGGENHEIM VENEZIA; FONDAZIONE QUERINI STAMPALIA VENEZIA