We thought we new how salt was produced but visited the museum for the kids. Surprise. The lady at the desk speaks english fluently and to our surprise she guided us through the making of salt. No reservation required or waiting for more people to join the group which is very nice. The young lady is a grand daughter of... 更多
Small museum with small entrance fee which explains the history of the place. You can walk freely along the salt fields and take pictures.
We found the museum interesting and we're looking forward to walking around the salt fields only to be told that this was only possible during the tour performed in the morning and afternoon. This was a real shame and frustrating as this wasn't made clear when we arrived, as such it made it an expensive visit to a small museum.... 更多
We took the train to Marsala and then the bus to get to the museum. The salt pans were depleted since not in use anymore and the museum was devoid of interest. i think we paid 10 euro for tour. There was a boring video and a few primitively interactive videos. The ride back was interesting since the bus stopped... 更多
We thought the one room museum wasn't worth the 3 euro each so we just wandered the grounds and walked among the salt ponds. Bought some salt from the outdoor vendor. We had already learned about the process online. The vendor was very informative telling how each salt type is acquired. A nice drive from Trapani if you have a... 更多
We were staying in Trapani so it was only a short drive to check out this place. It was hot and dusty so we headed to the museum first to check out the history of the salt farm. They have a little guided tour in English for a few euros each and it was interesting to hear about the production... 更多
Small but interesting museum offering a tour with guide throughout the exhibition. Explanation about how salt is produced and history of the process.
We knew nothing about how sea salt was made but now do and brought some home. Small museum but the personal guided tour (in English) explained it all.
Great find whilst driving around Sicily. Its had to believe that they still harvest salt in almost the same way for close to 2000 years around this area. The museum is small but very informative with very helpful staff to explain the processes and stages they still use to produce salt. The salt is amazing and very strong being unprocessed/washed.... 更多