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#1 of 158 Museums in Umbria
Put this studio/museum on the top of your list of things to do while in Perugia!! It's a nice break for kids (and adults!) after days and days of visiting churches, museums, and Roman ruins!
She could be in any of the world's great museums but she's still in the home of those who created her.
#2 of 158 Museums in Umbria
She was very generous in taking time to explain the museums history and how to the pieces are made.
In fact, some of her pieces are displayed in local museums.
#3 of 158 Museums in Umbria
This House Museum is only open on two half days a week so make sure you are in Perugia at the right time.
#4 of 158 Museums in Umbria
Pleasant reception (and wine bar, unusual for museums).
After the craziness of Assisi, this is a wonderfully quiet Museum in which to appreciate the religious frescoes in the deconsecrated church and the collection of religious art and artefacts in a more modern space.
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#5 of 158 Museums in Umbria
There are two fabulous Alberto Burri museums in Citta di Castello.
There are two spaces that comprise this museum: one is in a former tobacco-drying warehouse (an easy walk from the centre of town), the scale of which is beyond enormous.
#6 of 158 Museums in Umbria
We had a museum card and so stopped in here as part of that list.
Do not miss this small, but very important, museum.
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#7 of 158 Museums in Umbria
The museum is well laid out, informative and walks your through the history of wine as well as providing local highlights.
Excellent Museum
#8 of 158 Museums in Umbria
We bought a combination ticket for the Gallery and other museums on a map for 14 euros (including the Etruscan well(Pozzo Etruscan), Collegio dei Camino, Capella di San Severo(Raphael’s first fresco) ) There was a...
Even if you have visited numerous other great museums (like the Louvre, the Uffici, the Swinger etc) this museum remains a real gem.
Palazzo Trinci Foligno
#9 of 158 Museums in Umbria
I always enjoy visiting local history museums in Italy, but this was so much more than the typical example.
Our entry ticket gave us access to a archaeological museum, the town's picture gallery and easy viewing of the stunning architecture and frescoes in the building.
#10 of 158 Museums in Umbria
The huge Palazzo dei Consoli is mainly dedicated as a museum, and features a few good examples of the faience produced by Maestro Andreoli in the 15th century (see photos), as well as a fine display of medicinal c...
Excellent museum with famous Eugubine bronzes and wonderful views
#11 of 158 Museums in Umbria
Why is this called a Museum?
#12 of 158 Museums in Umbria
I hesitate to call this museum the second best in Umbria,after Perugia, as other reviews do, because fortunately there are several excellent collections in the region, but certainly it's in the top five and deserv...
... is quite small and not in any way imposing as you might expect for such a gallery - in fact could be easily missed on a narrow side street to this second most important important Museum and Art Gallery in Umbria.
#13 of 158 Museums in Umbria
The guided tour in English was an unexpected surprise and I coupled my ticket with the Pozzo Etrusco (Etruscan Well) entry for a mere 6 euro which also made this one of the best value museum experiences I've had.
A unique old palace museum with interesting history.
#14 of 158 Museums in Umbria
It is a magnificent and majestic building and you can only imagine its prominence in the Roman forum (much of which can be viewed in the Foro museum).
The discoveries made, and displayed, in this underground museum become all the more remarkable as you wander down the long corridor.
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#15 of 158 Museums in Umbria
Entrance is 5 Euro per person and they are open daily, including Mondays, which is a rarity for most Italian museums.
The next day he tried to get his mother interested but she said that for 20 years I had dragged her thru museums and now it was his turn.
#16 of 158 Museums in Umbria
Best value deal is to buy a Spoleto Card or 'Red Card' valid for 7 days which allows entrance to all the town's main museums.
We had been to 2 other Etruscan Museums in Umbria and this is the one that we learned the most from.
#17 of 158 Museums in Umbria
Our very informative guide (Virginia) then took us around the museum, pointing out key parts of the Perugina history - especially useful given large amounts were in Italian.
Our guide spoke good English and first we were shown a video on the history of the company, then went to the very interesting museum where things were explained & we had free time, then to the tasting room and las...
La Rocca Spoleto
#19 of 158 Museums in Umbria
As a tip, get a "museum pass" which is good for all the museums in Spoleto for seven days and costs 7.50E.
Amazing history museum
#21 of 158 Museums in Umbria
Fascinating museum highlights the mummification of several bodies
If you're planning on visiting the Marmore falls consider the small village of Ferentillo and it's particular museum of the mummies.
#23 of 158 Museums in Umbria
As part of the "Carta Unica", I highly recommend a visit to this museum--located next to the Duomo...very impressive collection of Etruscan items--gold, silver, bronze, sculpture, statuary, etc. Definitely worth a...
This is a fabulous little museum immediately adjacent to Orvieto's amazing Duomo.
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#24 of 158 Museums in Umbria
If you are interested in Etruscan history then make sure you visit this museum opposite the main cathedral of Orvieto.
Wonderful Etruscan Museum
Museo della Porziuncola Santa Maria degli Angeli
#25 of 158 Museums in Umbria
A visit to the Church of Santa Maria degli Angeli (which contains the Portiuncula, St. Francis's original church) is not complete unless you go to this museum.
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Pozzo Etrusco Perugia
#26 of 158 Museums in Umbria
Then walk around the corner into the museum and pay for entry so you can walk down the original marble steps (be careful, they are often wet and a bit slippery) and you can see the opening above and the water below.
There is a combo museum ticket you can visit 5 attractions, I think its better than pay for individual tickets, it's $20 adult, and students pay a discounted price of $10.
Museo del Merletto Isola Maggiore
#30 of 158 Museums in Umbria
little museum is easy to access from the tourist info.office
A small museum, but with a lot of beatuful laces: dresses, tablecloths and napkins.