Agerola Ethno-anthropological Museum
The Agerola Ethno-anthropological Museum is housed in “Casa della Corte”, an ancient Bajular Court competent for Agerola, Praiano and Vettica Maggiore.
The Museum was created to preserve commonly used objects of an age close to us, which however moves away faster every day from our society and our way of life. The guarded objects tell a peasant civilization and a millenarian craftsmanship.
The most precious object is the Processional Cross, the work of an unknown silversmith from the Campania school, probably active in a locality that, like Agerola, belonged to the Duchy of Amalfi.
Estimated time by car to reach the museum: about ten minutes