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Huge art space consisting of two floors on the main avenue of Perugia (Corso Vannucci). It contains a wonderful collection of Umbrian art, including Perugino and many others. It’s always a great pleasure to stroll between those beautiful paintings (most of which are on the...More
Fora museum of this quality, it is unacceptable to have audio guide in Italian and not in English. How difficult would it be to record English versions of the audio stops. The ticket sales woman showed no interest in this when we asked why, referring...More
An art museum mainly about Medieval and Renaissance art (mainly religious) and some Baroque art. Has amazing art by Perugino and Piero della Francesca, most sees,even if focusing on the main artists will mean a short 1 and half hour visit. It is true is...More
Congratulations to the curator of this exhibition, which includes paintings dating back to the 1600s, photos and articles from textbooks and old documentaries! It was facsinating to us to see soap bubbles appearing in such old paintings and what fun the subjects depicted therein are...More
If you like old Catholic art, this is the place for you. I have seen enough of this stuff to last a lifetime, and couldn't leave fast enough. Luckily, if you visit this museum, you can buy a pass that gives to access to several...More
The Galleria was recommended by travellers we met in Perugia. The art collection is quite large, though the subject matter is mostly Madonna and Child by many artists over a few hundred years. Well worth the visit.
I went here last Friday night and really enjoyed my time. It’s also free for journalists such as myself. So win win. The gallery was pretty empty so I loved having the place to myself. The art inside, which is pretty much all medieval religious...More