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Open-Air Museum Trees


Free, accessible, and multilingual, the EMoT app allows you to access the content of the Tree you are near through geolocation. Choose your path.

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EMoT is the first open-air museum dedicated to Trees. It is designed as an open space for dialogue between elements of nature, art, and science. Conceived and curated by the non-profit Blue Cheese Project APS, active for over 20 years in producing public and participatory art projects, it is developed thanks to the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, funded by the European Union – Next Generation EU – PNRR Digital Transition for Cultural and Creative Organizations, with the patronage of the City of Rome.


Create a butterfly garden on your balcony with our partner Eugea.

You can learn more and purchase seeds directly by clicking here.

Plant a tree in the EMoT forest.

With our partner Treedom, you can plant trees remotely and follow their story and the benefits they produce online.

Would you like to propose a project that combines nature, art, and science?

Write to us here.

Do you want to know the impact of a tree?

Thanks to our partner i-Tree, take a tape measure and measure its circumference, then click here for a complete report.

Refreshment Point

At Via di San Teodoro 74, in collaboration with Campagna Amica al Circo Massimo, at the Circus Maximus, EMoT is pleased to highlight the opportunity to refresh yourself at the Refreshment Point every Saturday and Sunday from 8 AM to 3 PM. The Point is strategically located at the Circus Maximus stop. Here: In the heart of Rome, between the Roman Forum and the Mouth of Truth, lies the Campagna Amica market at the Circus Maximus: a meeting point between producers and consumers. Over 60 farms are present, offering a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, bread, cured meats, cheeses, fish, and extra virgin olive oil for direct sale at zero kilometers, guaranteed, safe, and of high quality, grown or raised directly by the farmers behind the stalls. Inside, you will find the “Campagna Amica Seals,” products saved from extinction thanks to the work of the farmers. Every Saturday and Sunday, the Farmer Chefs offer new dishes prepared according to tradition.