The Gelato Museum will be closed from August 10th to August 24th.
Come and take a dive in a sea of gelato from August 25th on. Don’t miss it!
The exhibition, located in both the indoor and outdoor areas of La Triennale, provides a worldwide overview of the close relationship between art and food from 1851, year of the first Expo in London, to the present day.
The exhibition is open from Monday to Sunday, 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Tickets: 12€ or free with Expo 2015 ticket
Saturday March 28th, 3 p.m., a new area dedicated to Val di Zoldo Gelato Artisans was inaugurated in the Gelato Museum!
The Gelato Museum celebrates the history behind gelato producers from Val di Zoldo and Cadore, presenting a new area dedicated to the first gelato artisans.
Come see a reconstruction of a gelato shop from the early 1900s and discover the incredible accessories and precious tools of the trade!
Carpigiani Gelato Museum, Via Emilia 45, 40011 Anzola dell’Emilia, Bologna
Teamwork is a sweet thing! An activity designed for professionals and companies.
Participants will spend a full day in the production area of Carpigiani Gelato University divided into teams challenging each other in the creation of
the most original flavor. Presentation and name creativity, not to mention product quality and flavor, will be evaluated by a jury of experts.
Download here the presentation!
Gelato is an emotional reward at any age. That’s why Gelato Museum starts a new year full of surprises. In collaboration with Carpigiani Gelato University, we will get you delicious and cool emotions so you can enjoy learning more about the world of artisan gelato. A challenge till the last spoon!
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Carpigiani Gelato Museum aims to promote artisan gelato culture throughout the world. To reach this goal, the museum organizes training labs for youth of all ages to teach children and young adults gelato science and culture.
After the success of the last year, some news are along from the 1st of October 2013. Organized by Gelato Museum in collaboration with Carpigiani Gelato University, delicious training labs will guide kids and teenagers through history, physics and chemistry of gelato. A funny journey within exciting world of gelato!
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Taste Gelato History: visit us with BOLOGNA WELCOME CARD!
Gelato Museum Carpigiani, the first museum in the world dedicated to the artisan gelato history, culture and technology, is welcoming Bologna Welcome Card owners who can enjoy an exclusive 15% discount on a gelato tasting and a guided tour to the museum (full price would be 5 €; be sure to carry the card with you).
What is Bologna Welcome Card?
It is a special card for visitors which can be purchased at Bologna Welcome infopoint. You will be entitled to discounts on history and art tours in Bologna, to a wide range of information about events and to cultural initiatives taking place in the area.
For further information, visit Bologna Welcome website!
The Carpigiani Gelato Museum entered the World Record Academy
Anzola dell’Emilia, 12 October 2012 – Yesterday the World Record Academy recorded a new world record. The Carpigiani Gelato Museum entered the World Record Academy (www.worldrecordacademy.com) as the first cultural center dedicated to the understanding and study of the history, culture, and technology of gelato and the expertise of the innovators who drove its evolution over the centuries.
The Carpigiani Gelato Museum has been enriched with a new, important element, witness and protagonist of gelato history: the gelato cart.
Maria Giulia Magli, Beta, and Fraufa have donated a gelato tricycle from 1938 to the Carpigiani Foundation. It was delivered to the museum on 29 October 2013.
The Gelato Tricycle
The cart, connected to a tricycle, was made by the Giovannini company of Faenza, a specialist in the business. The Impero style tricycle is equipped with a carbide lighting system and two tubs: one for storing gelato and the other for holding spatulas and scoops.
Gelato Carts in History
Thousands of gelato street vendors invaded the cities of Europe and America. The dessert was added to the menus of bars and restaurants. If the customers didn’t go into the restaurants, vendors pushed their carts into the streets to ring their bells and sound their horns to attract attention. “Gelato, gelato!” they called, moving into the streets on March 19 of every year, welcoming the arrival of spring.