This weekend, Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 September, the European Heritage Days , also known as European Heritage Days, return.
The European Heritage Days have been promoted since 1991 thanks to the support of the European Commission and in Italy since 1995.
This year they have the theme of sustainability as their common thread with the title “Patrimonio InVita”
The European Heritage Days obviously involve not only Italian museums and institutions, but also those of all other countries which organize various events and initiatives.
The European days for sustainable cultural heritage
This year the theme chosen in Italy is that of heritage, widely shared also at European level following the international slogan of “Living Heritage”.
The objective is to reflect on the cultural heritage, spread throughout the national territory, the cultural values, traditions, practices and ways of living, the various forms of knowledge inherited from past generations.
Museums and institutions joining
On Saturday and Sunday, in all participating museums, you can join a series of initiatives such as guided tours or extraordinary openings, also in the evening, at the symbolic cost of 1 euro. Below are some of the museums and institutions that have decided to participate: