Starting from some collections of objects of work in the area, the museum builds a network of nodes that explains the history of the men who have shaped the landscape, cultivated local food, founded local culture. Hundreds of years and thousands of arms have built that landscape, according to a collective and social intelligence, which has taken into account the human need in relationship with the territory. By eating our territory we learn many things about it, and we become its custodians.

The Museum exhibition is divided into 6 sections:

Work the land, with the collection of tools needed for sowing, harvesting, storage, weighing, transportation.
River fishermen on display are the nets, the bettibellis, the pots, the hyacinth, together with the spontaneous plants of the Serchio native indigenous.
The vine and the wine is the section that collects all the equipment that tells the story of the grape, vine and wine of our territory.
Bulls, horses and mules is the part dedicated to working animals.
Wheat and grain is an ancient Tuscan grain that now collects all the germplasm of Tuscan wheat.
Straw Hats, whose production has been a great innovation in the Tuscan agriculture of the 1800s. On display is the history of the straw hat in Pisa and Florence.

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Museo Radico