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Occupying part of Il Duomo's extension, this museum houses Pisano's original statues from the building's façade and a fine array of panels, including works by Simone Martini, Pietro Lorenzetti and Sano di Pietro.
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Opposite the Duomo,the museum is well laid out and of a manageable size.Loads of sculpture and paintings.The Maesta painting is beautiful.Visting Siena in the off season has a lot to be said for it.Much less crowded and the museum was virtually empty.If like me you...More
Choose the all access ticket for the cathedral and the museum is included. And you must enter the museum in order to visit the facia climb to the top! Very good collection of statues that used to be attached to the ornate columns inside the...More
Just adjacent to the Duomo this museum contains much of the cathedral’s original art housed on two floors filled with noteworthy art. There is also a chance to go up on the high wall for a spectacular view down on all of Siena.Well worth the...More
The museum is one of the oldest private museums in the country, founded in 1869. There are many great works and artefacts on display here, mostly from the Cathedral and other churches of the city. It is a very interesting collection, with several masterpieces, like...More
We queued for about 30 minutes which is quick. They let in about 28 at a time so depends on the line up. After the panorama we looked at the museum. Not a huge fan of religious items with relics inside however the collection is...More
Definitely worth purchasing the Opa Si Pass for 15€. It gives you entrance to 5 of the major attractions.
Make sure you get to the Museo early to avoid waiting in line to reach the top of the panoramic view station. Only 28 per time...More
Honestly, it was a very long wait just to take in the views awaiting one after a long climb up a winding flight of stairs. If you have the time, you might consider it, but there are other sites more worthy.