What's new in Tona's House
Stone remains of the oil mills that can now be seen in front of Tona's House have recently been furnished with inscriptions and drawings, which speak of their function and place where used. They were discovered during archaeological excavations or archaeological surveillance in Piran and have been dated to antiquity or the Early Middle Ages.
During the coronavirus pandemic, new explanatory boards were hung in the premises of the oil mill in Tona's House, which will be on display when the collection reopens in due time.
A new workbook about Tona's House is intended for the lower grades primary school children, which presents this rustic house and olive oil extraction in a playful way.