Aboca Museum, the original and the only Herb Museum, has rediscovered the history of the millenary relationship between Man and Herbs and is passing it down to future generations.
Aboca Museum, thanks to the Herbs and Health Over the Centuries museum path at the prestigious Renaissance residence of Sansepolcro, communicates the ancient tradition of Medicinal Herbs through historic sources.
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Baths are salutary
Herbal tea tin with peony decoration containing 16 Aboca lime herbal tea
Etruscans. The privilege of beauty
Dvd La bellezza femminile nell'antico Egitto
Aboca Editions priority objective is to spread botanical-medical knowledge. Aboca Museum publishes facsimiles and anastatic reprints of valuable ancient works with a limited number of copies, each of which comes with a certificate of guarantee.
Particular interest is dedicated to the re-publishing of works written by illustrious figures of the Valtiberina area of Tuscany, reinforcing the tie between the company and its territory.
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The educational section of Aboca Museum has set itself the goal of spreading knowledge and understanding of its heritage in a multi-disciplinary manner.
By following the itineraries inside the museum, primary- and secondary-school pupils are exposed to a broader and more diversified explanation of the millenary relationship between man and medicinal plants.
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The Aboca Museum's Bibliotheca Antiqua is a remarkable collection of valuable old books dealing specifically with the subject of the use of medicinal plants over the ages.
In the past, the illustrations in herbals were essential to enable identification of the plant species. With the passage of time these illustrations have become valuable works of art, enriching each treatise with colour and beauty, and bearing witness to the evolution of phytographic techniques.
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Where we are and opening times
Palazzo Bourbon del Monte
Via Niccolò Aggiunti 75
52037 Sansepolcro (AR) Italy
Tel. +39 0575 733589 | Fax +39 0575 744724
from 1th October to 31th March
10.00-13.00 | 14.30-18.00 | Closed on mondays
from 1th April to 30th September
10,00-13,00 | 15,00-19,00 | Open every day