Postcards From Gelato Museum in Bologna Italy – Yes, Travel Junkie Indonesia love museum and Gelato. Are you in Bologna? Well, visit the Carpigiani Gelato Museum.

This museum is a center of cultural excellence dedicated to the understanding and study of the history, culture, and technology of gelato and the expertise of the innovators who drove its evolution over the centuries. You can taste historic flavor and try their hand at making their own, while displays chart the rise of the froze delicacy.

Carpigiani Gelato Museum, the first of its kind to delve into the history, culture, and technology of artisan gelato, a fresh, high-quality food that well represents Italian creativity and excellence throughout the world!

Here are postcards from Gelato Museum in Bologna:

Gelato artisans stand next to a large batch freezer in their shop in Vienna, Austria, in 1906.

A gelatiere hands a cone to a child in Cannes, France, 1926.

A woman serving ice-cream in 1950s Germany.

A woman eating gelato in South Africa in the 1950s

Carpigiani van at a fairground in Bologna, Italy, 1958

Carpigiani promotional campaign, 1960s, Italy

Children waiting at an ice-cream van in 1960s England

Children eating gelato, 1980s

A 1960s Italian gelateria with Carpigiani Singola soft serve machine

Images by Gelato Museum Carpigiani Archive

How about you… are you Gelato lovers?

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One Comment

  1. Went to Bologna this summer and missed this museum! I will make sure to check it out next time I come. Gelatto is my absolute daily food this summer lol

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