The Loison Museum embodies the passion for the art of traditional bread-baking and pastry-making. Our Museum consists of a showroom and an educational room for company visits and for meetings with schools and universities.
Our Museum was built on our desire to share and communicate the culture of bread making through a variety of artifacts and records,passionately collected over the years.
In the showroom, we display machinery that actually came from an old pastry shop: mixers, dough sheeters, mechanical beaters and even a machine to wrap candies. Along the walls hang several tools for the processing of raw ingredients and for cake decorating.
A special space is dedicated to Panettone and its history, retold through documents, postcards, flyers, posters, newspapers, magazines and old hatboxes.
A separate display case contains ancient glassware that was used to contain extracts produced by some of the most famous pharmaceutical companies.
Finally, the bread token collection evokes noteworthy moments of economic history, from the second industrial revolution to today.