Museion Passage is the space on the ground floor of the museum used for Museion’s programme of content-related events, as well as events and festivals in collaboration with other institutions. Additionally, the space can be rented for private functions and is available free-of-charge (with exception of the costs of a technician that must be present) during opening hours and on Wednesday evenings until 11pm by non-profit cultural associations, thanks to the support of Bolzano City Council.
The space was designed by designer Martino Gamper (Merano, 1971), who developed a series of elements, including larchwood benches and colourful plywood seats, not only to host events, but also to offer the city a place to meet and spend time in and offer visitors a space to relax in and to gather more in-depth information on Museion and its activities. Gamper’s concept is above all a vision, a new mindset: Museion Passage is a public area inside the museum, a “covered square” for everyone to use and enjoy.
Tuesday – Sunday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Thursday: 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.