The Diocesan Museum

The diocesan museum is located within the episcopal palace which was restored during the ‘90s. The building features a baroque style, yet it’s elegant and simple. The museum houses a collection of religious and ecclesiastic works of art and sometimes it hosts contemporary art exhibitions. At the beginning the building was built to host the bishops during their travel and for a period it became the home of one of them. During the 20th century it was abandoned; for 20 years it was used as a school and then re-opened as a museum.
The museum is open every morning from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.; in the afternoon, visits are possible only on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. The ticket price is 7€ (reduced- price 4€). It is closed only on Christmas Day and Easter.
INFO: For visitors with reduced mobility there is a secondary entrance. The visit is facilitated by the presence of parking areas, lifts, stair lifts and handrails. The numbered signs mark the path and maps and leaflets help to inform the visitors. There are 6 accessible toilets.