National Museum of Pasta

Why not take a break between a dish of spaghetti and a dish of fettucine ? Thus, you can discover the history and manufacture of pasta that have made Italian cuisine famous. From wheat to working on the pasta, formerly produced in stone kneading-troughs, this museum will dispel all the mysteries that may survive concerning this vital food, which is sometimes so difficult to eat without splashing, as some photos of voracious people in action show us. It's good enough to get rid of any complex !

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Address : 

Via Flaminia 141, 00196 Roma

Phone:

+39 06 699 1119

Opening hours

closed temporarily

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