How to discover the secrets of Pasta

November 07th 2012 by Giulia

“Life is a combination of magic and pasta”  (F.Fellini)

Pasta Museum in ItalyPasta Museum in ItalyCredits: cefeida

Speaking about Italian food, Pasta comes to mind like an obvious connection, in all its sauces! Being a so important symbol of the culture, how could a specific Museum miss in Italy?
You can find it in Rome, divided in 11 rooms spread over two floors, offering lots of information about the history, the production, the pasta-making machines, the nutritional values.
At the time of writing the Museum is unfortunately closed for renovation, but you can keep you updated in the official website

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  1. Unfortunately I am pretty sure that the Pasta Museum has no plans to reopen. It's not being 'renovated' but was closed because no one wanted to subsidize it anymore.

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