Designed and built by Officina Rambaldi of Carlo Rambaldi, the museum was inaugurated in 2008.
This is a path that takes place in the dim light of the environments of an ancient olive oil mill through which scenography are enriched by music and sounds reproduced in quadrifonia.
The intent is always to engage the visitor emotionally, bringing it back in time, in what was the story of San Pietro and its battle. The path ends with a screening of “The battle of San Pietro”.
First documentary of war par excellence, this documentary film was filmed by the already-famous
director John Huston with his troupe of six soldiers on live as they followed the war actions of the
143rd Infantry Regiment of the 36th “Texas” Division.
The film documented the various phases of the conquest of the village by the Allies in order to make possible the advancement of the troops to the next Gustav line and then to Rome.
- How to reach usFrom Rome and Naples, take the A1 motorway, exit San Vittore del Lazio, proceed
towards Venafro – Isernia
- Days and Opening Hours
Summer time:Saturday and Sunday
Morning:10:30 – 13:00 Afternoon:15:30 – 18:30
Winter time:Saturday and Sunday
Morning:10:00 – 12:30 Afternoon:14:30 – 17:00
By reservation, midweek visits can be arranged for groups of at least 10 people .
- Info and reservations+39 334 221 9289