Museo paleontologico e preistorico
The village’s museum collections are made up of prehistoric and paleontological finds from the Lessinian Plateau, from the area between the pastures and Mount Corno d’Aquilio. The remains of a shark over 5 meters long, dating from the Superior Cretaceous period, are of particular interest. In the hall on the first floor, on the other hand, prehistoric remains are exhibited which were found in the Lessinian mountains, including arms, stone instruments and other materials from prehistoric shelters and settlements from the Iron and Bronze Ages, discovered in the territory of Sant’Anna d’Alfaedo. Guided tours to Ponte di Veja and Mount Loffa, where much of the material exhibited here was discovered, are available on booking.