Founded in 1981, the museum is housed in the former stables of the rectory of the church Lusignana. The collection is named after Mario Nadotti, promoter of the work with Don Fortunato Cavelini. The museum contains objects of religious and rural life documenting the rural traditions of the area: farm implements, tools for the processing of milk, for weaving and for domestic activities, shoemaking tools and grinder, machinery for the woodworking and of the nineteenth and twentieth century wicker.
Indirizzo: Frazione di Lusignana, chiesa
Tel: 0187 422598