HYDRA, Multimedia Museum of the Marmore Falls
HYDRA is the new tourist attraction that enhances the beauty and complexity of the landscape of the upper belvedere area of the Marmore Falls through the use of the most modern exhibition, digital and physical technologies.
Videomapping with relief maps, three-dimensional models, projections, holograms, augmented and immersive reality installations allow visitors to enrich their visit to the Waterfall with contents of great interest and to understand its history, living a unique sensorial and cultural experience.
A true multimedia exhibition dedicated to the Marmore Waterfalls and the hydroelectric nucleus of Terni, it is located in the basement rooms of the Marmore Village School, next to the tourist routes of the Upper Belvedere.
In November 2021 it officially joined the Water Museums Global Network, the network under the aegis of Unesco that brings together more than 70 water museums worldwide. The museum's activities in the area are thereby recognized as a prestigious point of reference in the promotion of environmental education and sustainable management of water resources. The museum also serves as an important amplifier in the world for the complex history of the Marmore Falls and its territory.