Opening times
Ciastel de Tor

Summer opening hours from 01.05.2024 to the first Sunday in November.

Tuesday–Sunday: 10.00–18.00
Monday: Closed
Ursus ladinicus

Summer opening hours from 01.05.2024 to the first Sunday in November.

Tuesday–Sunday: 10.00–18.00
Monday: Closed

Mission and values

We believe it is our responsibility to communicate Ladin culture clearly and in a contemporary way

The MusLa is a place where people can come together and engage in conversation, reflect on the history of the local area in the context of the present day and learn about the community through clear, contemporary displays. We’re always open to change and innovation. And we’re always happy to develop and evolve. We take great pride in communicating and sharing information clearly using modern tools and techniques.

We preserve and promote our native minority language and unique cultural heritage

Ladin cultural heritage is hugely significant to our community and is inextricably tied to life in the Dolomites. The Museum Ladin is committed to raising people’s awareness of nature and inspiring them to show the utmost respect for it as a way of protecting the local landscape. At the heart of this work is a focus on sustainability and protecting our planet. By encouraging plurilingualism and pluriculturalism, we are promoting diversity and inclusion while highlighting what makes our minority language so special and unique.

We create space for discussion, discovery, critical thinking and international dialogue

The main aspects of Ladin culture and history are presented from a present-day perspective and in relation to current trends.

We stay true to our values

In all our communications, we want to be welcoming, authentic and in keeping with the times. We are committed to preserving the cultural heritage of the Ladin community and supporting local artists and makers.

We follow the definition of a museum provided by the International Council of Museums (ICOM)

“A museum is a not-for-profit, permanent institution in the service of society that researches, collects, conserves, interprets and exhibits tangible and intangible heritage. Open to the public, accessible and inclusive, museums foster diversity and sustainability. They operate and communicate ethically, professionally and with the participation of communities, offering varied experiences for education, enjoyment, reflection and knowledge sharing.”