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Museums of Arezzo

State Museum of Medieval and Modern Art

The museum is located inside the fifteenth century Palazzo Bruni-Ciocchi, located at the foot of the hill in Via San Lorentino. The museum houses a beautiful collection of paintings by artists of the place and pieces of earthenware dating back to XIII-XVIII century. The artistic works are the most interesting medieval and Renaissance paintings on the first floor, achieved by students Spinello Aretino, Luca Signorelli, Vasari and Bartolomeo della Gatta. Tourists will be able to visit five rooms devoted to ceramics, with works from many production centers in Italy.

State Museum of Medieval and Modern Art
Via San Lorentino, 8
Hours: Tuesday to Sunday 08:30-19:30
Admission: 4.00 euros

Archaeological Museum

Within dell'Anfiteatro Roman, in a old abandoned monastery houses the Archaeological Museum in the city. Tourists fond of archeology will be able to admire the ruins of coral and beautiful vases dating back to the first century, made at Arezzo.

Museo Archeologico
Via Margaritone, 10
Hours: daily 08:30-19:30 (hours are irregular, and in winter the museum is often closed)
Admission: 4.00 euros

Diocesan Museum

The small museum is located next to the cathedral in Arezzo and keeps a splendid Shrine of Peace Siena dating back to 1815, a painted wooden crucifix dating to the second half of the twelfth century and several frescoes, including one of Bartolomeo della Gatta: "San Girolamo penitent."

Diocesan Museum
Square behind the Duomo, 13
Hours: Thursday-Saturday 10:00-12:00
Admission: 2.60 euros


The Museum is located in Arezzo Sansepolcro. At the museum entrance from the main square. At the entrance to the main hall are a couple of smaller paintings by Piero della Francesca and the beautiful "Madonna of Mercy", dating from around 1440.

Added Nicholas Street, 65
Hours: daily 09:00-13:00 / 14:30-19:00
Admission: 6.20 euros

Museo dei Mezzi di Comunicazione