Museo delle miniere di Cavriglia

The Mining Museum in Cavriglia

Keeping the memory of the Cavriglia mines alive

The Mining Museum in Cavriglia is housed in a local council building. It was created in order to keep the memory of the local mines around Castelnuovo dei Sabbioni alive. The museum is home to a collection of artifacts which relate to the mine and miners. Tools and equipment used are on display, as well as several different minerals, such as a large block of lignite. The museum also contains an archive of mine documentation which the public are free to consult.

Opening hours
Tuesday: 10am-12pm.
By appointment at other times. To fix an appointment, please call 3281970429

Entry fee

Disabled access

Contact information
via Giovanni XXIII, 3
Castelnuovo dei Sabbioni
Cavriglia (Arezzo)
Telephone 055 9678003
Immersed in nature visitors can take in the beauties of the Natural Park
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