MUSEO ARCHEOLOGICO DEL FRIULI OCCIDENTALE
The Museum is just three kilometers from the center of Pordenone, open to the public after the restoration of the Castle Tower. Holds in its rooms the finds from the last member of the family residing in the castle, Count Giuseppe Ragogna, during his work as archaeologist. The findings presented come from all over the western Friuli and reconstruct a broad historical overview, from Prehistory to the Renaissance. The Archaeological Museum of Western Friuli Municipality of Pordenone preserves some finds from Palù di Livenza, those entered in the Museum since the 70s, when he began the rediscovery of the site and recovered the ceramic raw, others assigned in storage since 2006. Palù is a Unesco site (June 2011) to enhance and insert in circuits of cultural tourism, but it seemed important to the successful involvement by the Superintendent of Archaeological Heritage of Friuli Venezia Giulia, as well as the municipalities of Caneva and Polcenigo and other institutional bodies, including the Archaeological Museum of Pordenone. In particular, the contribution of the Archaeological Museum was to draw up a plan of action at long range (from scientific excavation to communication, from guided tours to locations in electric boats) to be shared with all institutions and that could provide the lines guide all future actions and requests for assistance.
Friday and Saturday 3:00/6:00 p.m.; Sunday from 10:00/12:00 a.m. to 3:00/6:00 p.m.
From July to August on Friday and Saturday 3:00/7:00 p.m.
Sunday from 10:00/12:00 to 3:00/7:00 p.m.