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    Musas - Archaeological History Museum

    Santarcangelo di Romagna

    With the transition to the yellow zone, from Thursday 6 May the Musas reopens its doors to visitors.
    For Saturday and Sunday, booking is compulsory and, in accordance with the regulations, reservations must be made by 1 p.m. on the previous Friday by calling 0541.624703 or writing to [email protected].
    Admission is limited to a maximum of six people per group.

    The museum groups together, presents and promotes the town’s archaeological, historical, artistic and architectural treasures.It is housed in the seventeenth-century Palazzo Cenci.

    The museum features sections on archaeology, history and art. The artistic section on the other hand, follows the history of the town of Santarcangelo from the Middle Ages to the nineteenth century with paintings, stone fragments and architectural elements.
    There are numerous works of art from the church of Saint Francis, including a famous polyptych by Jacobello da Bonomo of the Madonna on the throne with Child and Saints (1385) and a canvas of the Madonna with Child, Saint Francis, Saint George and a donor (1531) by the artist Luca Longhi from Ravenna.
    One of the rooms is dedicated to the figure of Pope Clemente XIV who was born in the Santarcangelo and is considered one of the town’s leading citizens. 

    Guided visits upon reservation

    Closed on: 25th December

    Partially accessible to disabled guests or with difficult independent accessibilitity
    educational laboratory
    conference room

    in the historical centre

    Opening hours

    Opening period: open all year round
    from 15:30 to 19:30

    Closing day: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

    Contact details

    Via Della Costa, 26 - Phone: (+39) 0541 624703 - [email protected] -

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    Last update: 30/04/2021