Eight prestigious places to retrace eight hundred years of history of the University of Padua.
On the occasion of the eightieth anniversary of its foundation (1222-2022), the University of Padua is making a gift to the public, opening eight of its sites of scientific interest to the public every Saturday and Sunday, until March the 3rd, 2023.
With a single ticket you can make this fascinating Grand Tour of Sciences. From Palazzo del Bo, with its Anatomical Theatre and the chair of Galileo Galilei, to the oldest university botanical garden in the world, Unesco heritage; from Palazzo Liviano di Gio Ponti with the Hall of Giants and the Museum of Archaeological Sciences and Art to the first Museum of Geography in Italy. There is also the “Giovanni Poleni” Museum of the history of physics with its precious scientific instruments, the Museum of Machines “Enrico Bernardi” which houses the first Italian machine and the historic garden of Villa Parco Bolasco in Castelfranco Veneto (TV), already awarded as the most beautiful park in Italy.
A journey into the history of knowledge, to enjoy everything in one breath!