Visit: Sassi di Matera, Piazza Vittorio Veneto, 75100, Matera Italy
• Rupestrian Church Madonna delle Grazie: Located in the Caveoso rock, the church is one of the examples of cave worship sites within the city. Among the last to be closed to worship and therefore remodeled through the centuries, it still preserves visible frescoes of good quality
• Casa Grotta Narrante: architectural testimony of the millennial peasant civilization. The house is composed of different environments where it is possible to relive through the memories and objects customs and traditions of that culture that has long remained on the margins of society
• Church of Sant’Antonio Abate: Located in the Sasso Barisano, the little church of Sant’Antonio Abate is part of the circuit of the Rupestrian churches. Carved into the rock with a forepart and a masonry facade. It is built according to the typical local building tradition in which the opposite part is made of stone carved in the rocky bank and the built part is made of load-bearing masonry made of local calcarenite.
• Casa Cava: The Casa Cava is an underground environment once used as a tuff quarry. Today, instead, it is used as an auditorium and a conference center thanks to an exceptional restoration work.
• Immersive Museum of the Bruna: Located in the heart of the Sasso Barisano, the museum offers a multimedia itinerary inside one of the most heartfelt festivals within the city, "the Madonna Della Bruna". In this journey through legends, images, sounds, stories, it will be possible to immerse yourself at 360 °, thanks to special glasses, at the most spectacular moment of the holiday, that of strazzo (the destruction of the triumphal chariot is called in dialect), reliving the same emotions that unite an entire community on that special day.
• Stone Tales Museum: a real journey through time that of the Stone Tales Museum, where it is possible to discover the most ancient phases of the city and the surrounding area. Get ready to get to know the dinosaurs and creatures that once populated these places, such as the Giuliana Whale.