Whether it is the kitchen, the sctüa (ancient bedroom and ... much more! You need to see it to believe it!), the old mill or the classroom with decidedly vintage tones, diving into the history of Alpine culture has never been easier than here at the Valfurva Valley Museum. Wandering through these rooms you can find yourself inside environments that are extremely faithful reproductions of the original spaces of a bygone age.
As visitors observe with curiosity the furniture, tools and instruments that make up these interesting reproductions of the interiors of ancient alpine dwellings, it almost feels as if you are witnessing the scenes of daily life of the many generations of people who have followed each other. We can feel them walking on the floors, sitting on the chairs by the heat of the stove, listening to the stories of their grandparents on long winter evenings or collapsing exhausted on the pull-out beds (cargiöla beds) after the Summer farm work.
Keeping your eyes and ears peeled, among the desks and the small objects that make up the children's school equipment, it seems as if you can hear the authoritative words of the teacher and the muffled voice of his or her pupils. Looking out at the old kitchen, you can fantasise by imagining what use was put to the many objects on show, or you can ask yourself why the walls of this environment are so black. Each environment reproduction offers innumerable suggestions and ideas to help reconstruct the past of those who lived in the original versions.