Guided Tour of the Traditional Balsamic Vinegar Museum in Spilamberto with Gelato Tasting - Tasty Weekend Special

Guided tour at the Traditional Balsamic Vinegar Museum of Spilamberto with a final vinegar tasting. After the tour, there will be a Balsamic Vinegar ice cream tasting at Claudio Baracchi's Ice Cream Parlor. The Traditional Balsamic Vinegar Museum of Modena is located in the ancient village of Spilamberto and offers a unique and interactive experiential visit.

Full price: €13
Reduced for over 65 years and university students: €11
Reduced for 11-17 years: €10 Free: 0-10 years

The price includes:

  • Entrance to the Museum
  • Guided tour in both Italian and English 
  • Tasting of Traditional Balsamic Vinegar
  • Tasting of ice cream with Balsamic Vinegar
Meeting point:
Traditional Balsamic Vinegar Museum Villa Fabriani - Spilamberto
Ice cream at: Claudio Baracchi's Ice Cream Parlor - Via Umberto I, 4, 41057 Spilamberto MO

Cancellation policy:
If you cancel at least 2 days before the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee. Beyond this term, you will be charged the total amount of the reservation.

Accessibility: For those with mobility disabilities, the access is limited to the ground floor room.

Additional Information

Spilamberto (MO)
The tour takes place at the Traditional Balsamic Vinegar Museum of Spilamberto and lasts about 1 hour.
Afterwards, we will proceed to the Claudio Baracchi's ice cream parlor to taste the ice cream made with Balsamic Vinegar of Modena


You will discover how the Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of Modena is made.
The experience includes:
  • a guided tour with final tasting in both English and Italian 
  • Tasting of Balsamic Vinegar ice cream at the Claudio Baracchi's ice cream parlor.
  • You can take the opportunity for a stroll in the village of Spilamberto.
  • The art and expertise of making balsamic vinegar are in the process of being recognized by UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity, after having already been registered with the National Agri-food Heritage Institute