The Frascarolo farmer Museum is located in the province of Pavia, in the Lomellina area. It is located inside the ancient court of the Frascarolo Castle, built in the second half of the fourteenth century, during the Visconti domination.
The main sections of the Museum are "House", "Crafts" and "Earth", preserving everyday life tools from ancient craft shops, as well as agricultural tools such as anvils, antique traps, shopkeeper balances, a typical boat from the river Po, chariots, yokes, butter churns and hand tools used in the fields.
Among the other sections of the Museum are: "Wagons and Carriages" (including a huge wooden sculpture by G.L. Giovanola, "The great horse”), "Ancient Typography", "Ancient Riseria", "Mills", "Toys of the past", "Hunting and Fishing", "the Wine Portico ".
The promotion of the Museum is entrusted to the Friends of the Museum in Lomellina (A.M.LOM.), a non-profit organization, established in 2005, which organizes events and manages the visits of individuals and groups. Among the various initiatives, the Association publishes the "Lomellina Notebooks", a series of books that represent the territory, from its historic sites to its rural activity, from the life of the past to its new identity, from the condition of young people to their future study and work perspectives.
Motorway A7 Milano-Genova, exit Gropello Cairoli, then follow directions to Alessandria.