After a bit of wandering around Barolo, we finally found the museum. All in all, it was more entertaining for the kids than I had expected. You take an elevator to the top of the castle, and then wander through the various rooms, where you end up in the basement at a tasting room at the end of the tour. There were lots of small rooms, and lots of things to push, levers to move, even a bench to peddle, which rotated in the middle of the room.
The family at the beginning of the tour.
Outside, gazing at the beautiful vineyards.
A fun room with black lights. S really glowed.
A sunny room!
I think this display was about Adam and Eve. There was a rain shower on both sides of the display which had a motion sensor, so you didn't get wet (unless you walked backwards to the previous room, which I did, of course!).
Adam and Eve?
The rain shower.
J in the tasting room. You could pay 2-3 euros to have different tastes of Barolo wine. I found it to be a bit of a tourist trap, and a waste of money.
There was nothing for the kids, so they patiently played on phones.