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peterandanna wrote a review Jan 2013
Italy665 contributions249 helpful votes
You enter via a large potone having found this museum tucked away in a corner. Through the cloisters to the museum which is up a flight of stairs. Religious art, well worth visiting.
Date of experience: January 2013
Aussiegirl64 wrote a review Nov 2012
Adelaide, Australia1,031 contributions177 helpful votes
The artworks here are interesting and historic, but it was one of the few places in Prato with no guide information in English.
Date of experience: November 2012
ElizaS221 wrote a review Oct 2012
Bunbury, Australia35 contributions22 helpful votes
Numerous murals are displayed in varying degrees of restoration demonstrating the evolution of artistic style and intellectual process. The beauty of the many pieces on display are beyond belief and express ideas I have never seen depicted by 14th century artists before such as the Mary breastfeeding the infant Jesus - what a beautiful and humbling artwork. Entry cost per person but for very little extra you get access to the Museo dell'Opero Del Duomo plus another museum in Prato. Unfortunately we didn't have time to avail ourselves of this excellent offer. As the restoration of works is depicted this attraction should interest families travelling with teens.…
Date of experience: October 2012