From there, the tour continues inside an atmospheric space where collections of antique textiles are displayed in rotation. The next section is dedicated to materials and processes, which explains textile fibres and their manufacturing process in a simple and clear way. The Textile Museum's first floor opens with a visit to the Prato textile city...
- * Admission to the Textile Museum
- * Access to the temporary exhibitions
- * Lockers
- * Audioguides
- * Guided tour
- * Child (0-6), accredited journalists, ICOM members; tour guide & tour leader, disabled persons + 1 companion enter free of charge * Purchasing the ticket online, you get a 10% discount on bookshop's products Show your voucher on smartphone and pick up a paper ticket at the museum box office. * Show this ticket at the bookshop and get your 10% discount
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