Opening times: from mid June to mid Septerber and from December to April
Description: the museum was created in the early Nineties by Bruno Vascellari, financer and owner of the cable car on the Queen of the Dolomites, and by Mario Bartoli, historian and Great War expert. In memory of the two creators of the museum and on the occasion of the 100th anniversary since the Great War, in 2015 a new museum was built. It is wider than the first one and it is more interactive. This new site is the one that we all know as Museo Marmolada Grande Guerra 3000 m, built on the 300 mq of the second floor of "Serauta" station and totally accessible event to people on wheelchair, thanks to "Marmolada" cableway that starts in "Malga Ciapela" and to a lift, which connects the boarding floor of the cable car to the museum. The exhibition is dedicated to the life of soldiers, without any distinctions between the two parts, because the aim is to remember the life of those men, who fighting each other began to fight also against a more merciless enemy: nature. Obviously, there is space for the discussion about the historical facts, but always explained in an objective manner. It is not about who was right, it is about remembering a terrible and shocking event, leaving at the visitor a small flame that should enflame its desire for peace and brotherhood.