Fodale and Latorre's Families donation - 2004
Casa Noha will be open until 6 January.
24 december 2014. Casa Noha is closed from 4.30 p.m
25 december 2014: Casa Noha is closed
26 december 2014: Casa Noha is closed from 1.30 pm to 4.30 pm
1 January 2015 Casa Noha is closed from 1.30 pm to 4.30 pm
1 March - 6 January : 10.00 am - 6 pm
Every day except working Mondays.
Last visitors admitted 45 minutes before closing time.
Thousands of years of history written in a brittle and porous rock such as tuff: the walls of Casa Noha not only tell the story of an old house, but of the whole town of Matera, from Prehistory to Today. “The invisible Sassi. An extraordinary journey in the history of Matera” edited by John Carrada , thanks to the contribution of Fondazione Telecom Italia offers visitors an immersive experience that combines new technologies and culture, and that through rare and unpublished documents shows the first complete reconstruction of the city’s history from different perspectives, from architecture to art history, from archeology to the history of cinema.
Leaving Casa Noha the journey continues through the App “Matera Invisible. On the trail of an extraordinary city”, edited by Antonio Nicoletti , an exceptional guide that leads the visitor by hand to discover the secrets of Matera through five of its constituent elements : water , stone, light, time and spirit . The App is free and is available for iOS and Androis , click here to download it.