It's definitely worth the €1.50 entrance to see this old Trullo house. It's fascinating to have the chance to look at actual period pieces and furniture that the family may have used. Go there!
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A fascinating museum not only from the structure but also the items they have on display. A little different to many museums.
For €1,50, see inside a two-storey Trullo and read in Italian or English about what life in one was like over the last few centuries. There's a small, furnished, peaceful garden with beer and wine available from a little shop in it. The selection of...More
A perfect museum. If you want to know how a trullo looks from inside or how all the people live inside, this is it. A two storey trullo which is a rare in itself!
A lovely building at the back of the church and full of interesting details about life in 19th Century Trulli houses.Only 1.50e to gain admittance and the garden alone was worth that.
This trullo is owned by a rich family. They build at the end of the 18th century this biggest trullo. Now one can vist the trulli, decorated like once. There is a small fee to visit, it is worth to pay