“Through the Eyes of a Craftsman” │Discover Frosolone and its traditions

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Half day
Availability : 2020
Frosolone (IS)
Max People : 50

Frosolone is a little village, typical of southern Italy, that kept untouched its centuries-old traditions, such as the forging of blades and the production of cheese.
With us you will discover the locals everyday life, the craftsmen work,  the stories of master cutlers and the genuine flavors of cheeses.

Upon your arrival you will be welcome by Michele, your tour guide. Your experience will start with a visit through the characteristic historical centre. In the centre of the town, there is a museum complex formed by three different type of museums.

The first museum is “Museo dei Ferri taglienti” which has a permanent exhibition of the most famous steel items from Frosolone and other parts of the world. Here the expert iron craftsman will create a unique item while explaining the ancient techniques production phases. The processing of iron and the crafting mastery allow manufacturers to model iron in shapes not achievable with other materials.

The second museum is “Casetta del Pastore” , here a local farmer will make a typical frosolone cheese in front of you. You will learn about cheesemaking, how to turn milk into cheese. After that enjoy a cheese tasting with fresh cheese, fresh bread, ricotta and a glass of wine.

The day trip will end with a plunge into the past, to be exact at the end of the 19th century. The last museum “Museo del Costume e del Corredo Antico” is a praise to women, a tribute to the skills and to the work of women who, over time, have created extraordinarily clothes and accessories.



  • Guided tour through the Frosolone historical centre
  • Guided tour of Museo dei Ferri taglienti, Casetta del Pastore and Museo del Costume and del Corredo antico
  • Knife forging by the craftsman
  • Cheese lab + tasting
  • Emergency support
  • Basic insurance policy



  • Transfer
  • Extras and everything that is not mentioned in “included”



  • Prior notice for booking is 3 days in advanced.

The programme may vary depending on technical and meteorological requirements