The Marmolada

Info Summer Season

DATE AND HOURS

LIFTS OPEN Saturday, 23rd June 2018
LIFTS CLOSE Sunday, 16th September 2018
OPENING HOURS 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

FOOD AND WINE

  • Bar Funivia at Malga Ciapèla, in front of the ticket shop;
  • Self-Service Restaurant and Bar at Serauta with a spectacular view of the major Dolomite peaks from panoramic windows.

PLACES TO VISIT (AFTER THE MUSEUM)

      • The chapel cave with the statue of the Madonna consacreted by Pope John Paul II located at Punta Rocca;
      • The panoramic terrace of the Punta Rocca station;
      • The multi-purpose hall available for workshops, conferences, conventions, press conferences and meetings;
      • The Sacred Monumental Area.

Guided visits of the museum can be organized upon request.
Info and booking: visitmuseo@museomarmoladagrandeguerra.com

Access the areas outside the lift stations at your own risk. The trenches are cared for by a group of volunteers.

The Marmolada funicular lift presents no architectural barriers and all points of interest are accessible for everyone.

Enjoy magnificent, 360° views from the middle of the enchanting scenery of the Marmolada glacier, with views of the major Dolomite peaks, such as the Catinaccio, the Sella group, the Civetta, the Tofane, the Pelmo and many others! Spend an unforgettable day on the Queen of the Dolomites!