Fabiani’s water treasure

Every day of the year, by prior arrangement

the second and third triads of primary school

Almost a century ago, the architect Maks Fabiani gave the Ferrari Villa and its garden in Štanjel something that is very valuable in the Karst: water. While searching for Fabiani’s ‘water supply treasure’, you will explore and learn about the technical, cultural and natural heritage of the Ferrari Garden, this time with an emphasis on its outstanding water supply system. It involves a ‘treasure hunt’ and a discussion on the ‘discovered’ parts of the water supply system.

Timetable

Every day of the year, by prior arrangement

Duration

90 minutes

Starting point

Tourist Information Centre in Štanjel

Languages

Slovenian, English, Italian

No. of people

Up to 22

In the case of a large group (e.g. 1 bus), pupils are divided into two groups.

Price list

  • Children (6–15 years): EUR 6.00

The price applies to groups of more than 10 people. In the case of a smaller number, the standard price is EUR 60.

What’s included?

  • A visit to the Ferrari Garden, a cultural monument of national importance, and its technical heritage through a treasure hunt and a discussion with children.
  • Learning about the importance of drinking water in the Karst today and in the past.

Plan your day in Štanjel

Contact us for information, offers and reservations. We will be happy to help you.

Štanjel Castle Visitor Centre
Štanjel 1a, 6222 Štanjel (Show on map)
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