The “Confetti Museum”, an Aladdin’s cave dedicated to confectionery, is housed in the original building of the Mucci factory, founded in 1894 by Nicola Mucci, in the heart of the old town centre of Andria, in Apulia region.

Since then the scents of vanilla, cinnamon, bergamot and chocolate have billowed around this box of delights gratifying the senses and the most refined tastes.

Here, in the 1930s, the famous “Tenerelli Mucci®” were created, small sweet works of Art, still made with the secret family recipe and Andria city’s heritage.

The Museums is recognized by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and is part of the circuit ‘Historical Places of Italy’. As result of patient and passionate research, it collects in four sections: documents, tools, machinery and molds for the production of “confetti” (sugared almonds dragées), sweets and chocolate.

Inside the Showroom, annexed to the Museum and painted by talented local artists with allegorical scenes, the awards and prizes that Mucci has collected throughout its history are gathered. They attest to the superior quality of its productions, with full respect to the original recipes and to the high Italian artisan confectionery.

The itinerary is supported by a video on the current production and culminates with the beautiful boutique which offers the opportunity to taste the entire assortment produced by ‘Casa Mucci’.


Via Museo del Confetto, 12 Andria (BA)
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