Discover Casa Noha and Matera with an innovative video and the walking tours of our foundation: FAI – Fondo Ambiente Italiano (The National Trust for Italy). Casa Noha is an historical house where you can immerse yourself in the history of the town through a multimedia project. It’s the gateway of the city and the perfect starting point for your walking tour in the Sassi and in the Murgia.
> from 1 March to 31 March: 10:00 - 17:00
> from 1 April to 30 October: 9.00 - 19.00
> from November to 6 January: 10:00 - 17:00
Last entry: 30 minutes before closing.
Limited seating numbers, booking is recommended. Please, write to email@example.com.
On Tuesdays we are open only for groups previous reservation for minimum 10 people. Rates and availability on request.
Groups: for group rates minimum 20 paying people and reservation, please click here
On Tuesdays it is open by reservation for groups and schools (minimum 20 people), with an extra-time ticket of €100 to be added to the entrance ticket.
During events the price may be subject to change and for FAI and National Trust members supplement on event charge will apply
Discover the city of Matera through our thematic itineraries [si può mettere link alla TAB Esperienze?] conducted by professional guides that will make you better understand the millenary history of this amazing city.
Discover our itineraries, make a quotation and book your group here.
For more info write to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at +39 324 0561747
Piazza Duomo – Permanent limited traffic zone.
Council car park (charges apply) – Via Lucana, 750m away.
Council car park (charges apply) – Piazza Cesare Firrao, 900m away .
Our small bookshop will welcome you as soon as you enter in the house. You can find local handicrafts, gifts for your children and the typical food products from our property in Sicily, Umbria and other regions in Italy.
Purchases from the bookshop make a tangible contribution to supporting the work of FAI.
Disabled visitors can access free-of-charge those FAI properties that are open to the public by showing their ANMIC (Associazione Nazionale Mutilati e Invalidi Civili) card.
The site is challenging to access for those who have difficulty in walking. Please, contact us, for more information.
- Free wi-fi is available at Casa Noha
- Vending machines with a choice of cold drinks and snacks.