The Mysteries’ Museum – Campobasso
The museum that collects the “machines” of the Mysteries’ Feast in Campobasso
The Mysteries Museum in Campobasso is the museum that collects the costumes of the Mysteries Feast in Campobasso that is celebrated every year on the day of Corpus Domini.
The Mysteries Museum, inaugurated on October 7th, 2006, includes two exhibition rooms and a projection room.
In the Entrance Room some antique costumes, a photo collection of the past events, and catalogs with all of the names of the figures of the last 40 years.
Sala degli Ingegni (creativities room) is the main room and it exhibits the 13 structures, called “macchine” (machines) and designed in the mid 1700 by Paolo Saverio di Zinno to walk during the procession between two rows of the crowd.
In the Projection Room you can see video clips of the past Mysteries Processions shot by the years: 1929, 1948, 1958, 1999 e 2006.
The museum is managed by Associazione misteri e tradizioni.
Opening hours: from Monday to Saturday from 4pm to 6pm
For groups or openings on public holidays, it s necessary a reservation.
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and for more information call +39 328 555 6549 +39.327 59 54 028
It is recommended to wear a safety mask and to keep an interpersonal distance of at least 1 meter.
Photos: from the Association handling the museum
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