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I did visite this museum with my daughter, it was very nice to see how paper was made. My daughter was invited to try it her self. Try to be in a small group, we were 4 but the next group was one of 20...More
This little paper museum was the first place my husband and I went when we got to Amalfi. It’s very worth the hike up the hill. The museum employees and guide are friendly and informative, and the machinery is marvelous. The shop is stocked full...More
This 13th century former paper mill is a pretty neat place to spend an hour. The guided tour is an interesting short history lesson of the paper making industry in amalfi. You'll see the process used in making the paper, and see the old world...More
It's about a 15min walk from the harbour area. You just keep walking up the hill from the town and it will be on your left.
The actual museum is not big but there is a guided tour around the place and you get to...More
The tour was only 4 Euro - it was late in the day and we had entire building / museum to ourselves. If you are looking for a Unique - Amalfi Gift. This is a great spot for shopping -they have great Calligraphy and Paper...More
It is said that the citizens of Amalfi learnt the art of paper making from the Arabs. In mediaeval times, there was a flourishing paper industry in this region.
The Milano family, one of the leading paper manufacturers of Amalfi, have converted this old paper...More
Short guided tour of 20 mins was great. Hands on for my daughter who got to do a part of the old fashioned paper preparation. Amazing that this place was probably the original European paper manufacturer. All very old still in working order. Worth a...More
A short walk up the Main Street leads you to this cavernous old paper mill. Guided tour is well priced and the guide went to a lot of effort to make it interactive for my young boys. Remarkable piece of history and well worth a...More
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from Minori you can reach Amalfi by land by bus or even better by sea with a ferry. buses and ferries leave approximately every hour. from the square of Amalfi where the Cathedral is located, the paper museum is 800 meters... More
from Minori you can reach Amalfi by land by bus or even better by sea with a ferry. buses and ferries leave approximately every hour. from the square of Amalfi where the Cathedral is located, the paper museum is 800 meters going inland towards the main road. regards