Discover Casa Noha and Matera with an innovative video and the walking tours of our foundation: FAI – Fondo Ambiente Italiano (The National Trust for Italy). Casa Noha is an historical house where you can immerse yourself in the history of the town through a multimedia project. It’s the gateway of the city and the perfect starting point for your walking tour in the Sassi and in the Murgia.
Every day except Wednesday.
Opening times change seasonally:
Casa Noha will be closed from 8 January to 22 February.
The visit lasts 30-40 minutes.
Last entry: 1 hour before closing.
Limited seating numbers, booking online is recommended.
"THE INVISIBLE SASSI"
Vision of the filmed story and visit of the Well (duration 30 min)
From the Sasso Caveoso
Starting from Piazza San Pietro Caveoso, proceed along Via Muro until you reach Via San Potito, turn right and, after about 20 meters, take Recinto Cavone, descending the steps on the right.
Thanks to the professional FAI guides you can get to know an authentic and unprecedented Matera with particular attention to quality. The itineraries we propose are designed to fully experience the city in the most intimate way possible and in small groups. All itineraries can be customized and carried out with collective or private visits.
Average duration of the guided tours: 2 hours and 30
€ 35 per person (minimum 4 adults)
Children 0-6 years free;
7-14 years 50%
Tickets to recommended sites excluded.
To send an individual guided tour booking request, click here.
For more information call +39 324 0561747 or write to email@example.com.
You are supporting FAI through your pourchase.
Visitors with disabilities and, when applicable, their caregiver have free access, in accordance with M.D. 507/97 updated to M.D. 13/2019 and L.104/92.
A reduced ticket is required in case of guided tours, events and other additional services.
Guide dogs and therapy dogs with a training certificate for assistance to persons with disabilities are allowed, always on a leash, inside the House.
Casa Noha is accessible to persons with intellectual disability thanks to the “Bene FAI per tutti” project in collaboration with L’Abilità.
For persons with reduced mobility: difficult access to the property.
Please contact us for further information.
Dogs are always welcome outside, but must be kept on a leash at all times. To ensure the protection and preservation of the interiors of Casa Macchi and its collections, only guide dogs and assistance dogs with certificates for accompanying people with disabilities are allowed inside.