An extensive wilderness and a site of industrial archaeology, within a still-operational plant, combine to tell the story of salt, complete with vintage backdrops, immersive projections and a route encompassing salt pans, mountains of “white gold” and wild fauna.
The visit lasts about two hours and includes: a 1 hour free-to-explore tour inside the historical buildings restored as they were in the '30s and a 1 hour guided tour on board of a wheeled train to discover the production cycle of salt and the naturalistic area.
Seats on the train are limited, reservation is thus highly recommended.
- From 1st March to 31st May: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
- From 1st June to 31st August: 9:30 am - 1:30 pm and 4:30 pm - 8:30 pm
- From 1st to September 25th : 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
- From 26 September to October 31st: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
- From November 1st to January 8th: from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
These opening hours shall be applied in case of good weather. If the visibility during the day make it difficult to operate safely, visits to the saltworks will be suspended.
Ordinary Admission with train tour included.
The ticket includes: free visit of the historic buildings of the 1930s and a tour with the train in the production and naturalistic area.
*with the exception of specific events, when the additional event charge will apply. During events the price may be subject to change
ENTRANCE WITH GUIDED TOUR:
The ticket includes: a guided tour of the historic buildings and a tour with the train in the production and naturalistic area.
During events the price may be subject to change
Guided tours are available for groups, as are special visits; prior booking required. For information and bookings: firstname.lastname@example.org
Guided tours are also available for schools. For information, www.faiscuola.it
This property has indoor parking spaces for cars and bicycles.
Purchases from the bookshop make a tangible contribution to supporting the work of FAI.
There are vending machines offering hot and cold drinks.
Disabled visitors can access free-of-charge those FAI properties that are open to the public by showing their ANMIC (Associazione Nazionale Mutilati e Invalidi Civili) card.
The visitor route to the Conti Vecchi Saltworks is accessible to those with disabilities, with the exception of the Office and the Foreman's Office, neither of which is equipped with a ramp or a stairlift.
The outdoor walkways are covered in gravel.
The little trains used for the guided tours do not have special equipment to facilitate access by wheelchair users. However, those with disabilities may be assisted by the companion travelling with them and by the operators, and their wheelchair can be safely stored until the end of the tour.
A changing table is available. Comfortable shoes are recommended.
Free wi-fi is available at the Conti Vecchi Saltworks.