The herbs of the Roman Goddesses

Tuesday 1 May 2018

The herbs of the Roman Goddesses

The festive atmosphere that characterises the month of May, which the Romans dedicated to their various goddesses - including Flora, Bona Dea and Maia, who watched over the rebirth of herbs - will be recreated in the various rooms of the Aboca Museum, where visitors can explore the magical, symbolic and healing properties of the essences, displayed in a host of beautiful containers.

Subsequently, guest can pay a visit to the Aboca medicinal herb gardens to learn about organic crops, particularly hawthorn, a tree consecrated to the goddesses in Roman times.

COST: 12€ per adult - 7€ for children aged 6 and above