The International Museum of the Bagpipe “P. Vecchione”
The Bagpipe Museum is a real-life museum open all year, which holds instruments from pastoral civilization coming both from Scapoli and the Mainarde area, as well from as other Italian regions and from around the world. Exhibited in Palazzo Mancini and dedicated to Pasquale Vecchione, it is one of the most interesting cultural and touristic destinations in the Upper Volturno Valley, thanks to its specificity.
INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM OF BAGPIPE
Starting from August 2020, the InfoPoint of the Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise National Park is open inside the International Museum of Bagpipes, a touristic office for information, welcoming tourists and for promoting the activities of the Park and the Municipality of Scapoli.
NOTICE: The Bagpipe Museum from 11 June 2021 (for a duration of approximately 5 months) is closed to the public for maintenance of the structure and technological modernization of the exhibition thanks to the funding of 200 thousand euros granted by the Presidency of the Council of Ministers as part of the “Belezza@Governo – Recovering Italian Cultural Places” project, the operational phases of which are under the direction of the Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities and for Tourism.
We apologize, therefore, to the many tourists that this summer will not be able to appreciate the many and unique beauties of the Museum, but we are working to make the visit to the Bagpipe Museum even more unique and interesting.
To visit the Museum during closing days you can have a booking sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with details (day, time, number of visitors) at least one week before the visit (at least 5 people).
Full price ticket: 2,50 Euro
Reduced price ticket: 1,50 Euro