Visits to museums of taste and private collections
In Spilamberto you can visit the Traditional Balsamic Vinegar Museum and learn about all the stages involved in the making of this old product.
In Campogalliano, where scales were being manufactured as long ago as 1860, there is a museum dedicated to this instrument that has always been present in our lives.
A unique exhibition over three floors, entirely dedicated to one of the Arts that, since the era of the Renaissance and the Guilds that united artisans, knowhow and manual skills, has left an indelible mark on the gastronomic culture in Italy, making it unique and today more than ever a true benchmark of excellence on an international level.
The coffee machine museum at the Cagliari coffee roasting company in Modena is one of the biggest and most complete exhibitions in the world of espresso coffee machines for bars. This collection of over 100 pieces with great historical and style value shows how the extraction system for Italian espresso coffee evolved during the twentieth century and also how art and style trends influenced the shape, material and decoration of these machines.
The Old Rose Garden Museum is in Montagnana di Serramazzoni (420 m asl, 25 km from Modena) and covers 43 hectares, three of which are dedicated exclusively to over 800 varieties of roses.
Private family-owned museums
Visits can be booked to a number of family-owned museums linked to the production of wine, rural life and/or balsamic vinegar: