This place gets its name from its layrinthic structure, a series of wells, caves (20) and underground rooms that were discovered in the 1970s by the owners Adriano and Rita, while renovating their upstairs famous pastry shop floors.
Today il Labirinto di Adriano (Adrian’s Labyrinth) is an archaeological site, a private museum and an incredible attraction in Orvieto, thanks to its history and design.
In it visitors can admire Etruscan cisterns, medieval dumpsters and volcanic stratifications where there is also a 250.000 years-old vegetal fossil.
Address: 26, Via della Pace
Tel: (+39) 0763.342527
Duration: approx. 30′ for each visit
Max Number of Visitors per Visit: 16
Entrance Fee: Euro 5,00 per person
Reduced Ticket (seniors over 65 and students): Euro 4,00
Children 0-12 years old: free
Languages Available: Italian, English, German
Daily Guided Visits all days on reservation
Visit Departing Hours: 10AM – 11AM – 12PM // 3PM – 4.30PM
You can reach the Labitinto di Adriano by car or walking along the Via Roma, the attraction is near the Chiesa di San Domenico and Piazza XXIX Marzo.
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