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.


Opening hours

We are closed, see you at the end of June for the summer season!



Museo Etnografico Regole d'Ampezzo

Via Marangoi, 1
I-32043 Cortina d'Ampezzo (BL)
+39 0436 875524 / 0436 2206



Ticket for Ethnographic and paleontological Museums

Single ticket 8,00 €

Children under 10 free

Discounted ticket 5,00 €

Family ticket 2 adults + children under 18 15,00 €

Guided tour for school classes per person 3,00 €

Guided tour (from 15 people upwards) for the group 50,00 € + ticket


Ticket for three Museums of Regole d’Ampezzo

Single ticket 12,00 €

Discounted ticket 8,00 €


Discounted ticket

  • Juniors 11 to 18
  • Seniors over 65
  • Residents in Cortina d'Ampezzo
  • University students with card
  • Teachers
  • Members: Touring Club Italiano - CAI -FAI- MamBo
  • Holders Artsupp Card,
  • Groups with 15 members or more


Free Admission

  • Children to 10
  • People with disabilities over 74% and a companion
  • Journalists with appropriate document
  • Amici dei musei delle Regole d’Ampezzo
  • Holders: Yout card of the municipality of Cortina
  • Holders:  MART, Casa d’Arte Futuristica Depero, Casa Morandi – Peggy Guggenheim Foundation – Pordenone  e Arte Contemporanea