Paper Mill Museum of Oliero
The building located at the entrance of the Caves of Oliero, is what remains of the Parolini mill. The production of paper here, initiated by Remondini already in the eighteenth century, fuelled one of the main press industries in the area, which had its greatest development in the eighteenth and nineteenth century, with its products reaching all over Europe.
The enhancement of the site has been able to highlight how much more can be read from the building, integrating the traces of an old manufacturing tradition with the needs of their exhibition and communication of a modern museum.
The museum, which was opened in 2014, enriches the cultural offer of the Brenta Canal. It joins the Ethnographic Museum of the Brenta Canal in Valstagna and the Craft and Artistry Museum of Stonecutters of Pove del Grappa, to bring to light aspects of ethnographic history and traditions of the Valley of Brenta.