Museums in Umbria and Tuscany
Museum of the Etruscan Academy in Cortona | 19 Km away
The Museum of the Etruscan Academy and of the city of Cortona (Maec) is one of the most important and modern Italian archeological museums. The Museum of the Etruscan Academy is a fundamental place to stop if you want to know the city of Cortona. The museum gathers in a single museum the historical Museum of the Etruscan Academy and the Museum of the Etruscan and Roman City of Cortona. The museum has its seat inPalazzo Casali, one of the oldest and richest in history palaces of Cortona, where some of the most important masterpieces of the Etruscan civilization are today displayed.
Umbrian National Gallery | 45 Km away
The exhibition halls of the Umbrian National Gallery are mounted in the Palazzo dei Priori located in Corso Vannucci, Perugia. You can admire, among others, the main works of Arnolfo di Cambio, Nicola and Giovanni Pisano, Duccio di Boninsegna, Gentile da Fabriano, Pietro di Cristoforo Vannucci, known as Perugino, Benozzo Gozzoli and Fra Angelico.
Museum of Palazzo Ducale in Gubbio | 50 Km away
The Municipal Museum located in Palazzo dei Consoli in Gubbio shows an archeological collection gathering the so-called “Tavole iguvine”, a collection of money from the Roman and Pre-Roman times, a hall dedicated to ceramics and a picture gallery with a wooden crucifix made by the school of Giotto.
Museo del Laterizio in Marsciano | 74 Km away
The Museo del Laterizio (Museum of Brickworks), located in Palazzo Pietromarchi in Marsciano, is a real journey to discover old crafts and techniques to give value to an activity that has massively influenced the economic and commercial growth of this town.
Municipal Museum of San Francesco in Montefalco | 88 Km away
The Municipal Museum of Montefalco is located in the former Church of San Francesco. The exhibition halls have been created between the apse, where you see a cycle of frescoes made by Benozzo Gozzoli, and the counter-façade wu see a work of Perugino and the Picture Gallery, with the Sala del Melanzio and archaeological finds.
National Archaeological Museum in Spoleto | 105 Km away
The National archaeological Museum in Spoleto is located in the former monastery of Sant'Agata. It is a permanent exhibition about the history and territory of this Umbrian town with some finds coming from excavations carried out in the surrounding areas.
Rocca Albornoziana in Spoleto | 105 Km away
Within the fortress called Rocca Albornoziana, you will find the National Museum of Dukedom with a collection of finds coming from the area and dating back to the period between the 4th and the 15th century. The fortress is located on the top of Spoleto and is one of its most important monuments.
National Archaeological Museum in Orvieto | 110 Km away
The Palazzo Papale (Papal Palace) in the historic center of Orvieto houses the National Archaeological Museum, which displays the two Etruscan tombs found by Golini with frescoes illustrating some scenes of a funerary banquet, Etruscan pottery with red figures, bronzes and funerary equipments.
Museum of the Opera del Duomo in Orvieto | 110 Km away
The Museum of the Opera del Duomo in Orvieto, located in the Palazzo dei Papi (Palace of the Popes), gathers over 200 works of art like frescoes and sculptures, among which you can admire the pottery created by Luca Della Robbia, the reliquary with San Savino’s skull and the polyptic by Simone Martini.
Chapel of San Brizio in Orvieto | 110 Km away
The typical painting of the 15th century made by Fra Angelico and Luca Signorelli representing Dante’s ideas of the Last Judgment can be found in the decoration of the Chapel of San Brizio, within the Cathedral of Orvieto.
Archeological Museum in Amelia | 137 Km away
Within the former boarding school Collegio Boccalini, the Archeological Museum of Amelia displays the famous bronze statue of Nerone Claudio Druso known as il Germanico, found in 1963 during the digging works for building a house.