In Molina, on the eastern shores of Lake Ledro, there is a small village on stilts trees corresponding the Bronze Age.
Reference point for many archaeologists and scientists of the Bronze Age, it preserves handmade articles which are over 4.000 years old and were all collected in the pile dwelling hermitage of the picturesque Lake Ledro.
Founded in Molina in the late sixties, the museum preserves refined craft products that were found in 1929 on the occasion of a significant decrease of the level of the water.
One of the main pile dwellings in the Alps. Part of the Tridentine Museum of Natural Sciences, the Museum is dedicated to the education and teaching of the ecological environment and the imitating archeology.
The archaeological operators, on request, propose guided tours and initiatives with workshops like the chipped flints or the mixture of clay.
Since 2006 was built a pile tree settlement in the front yard of the museum which reconstructs the lifestyle of Prehistory.