free entry to Italian museums and archaeological parks

After the success of the initiative #domenicaalmuseo on June 2 which saw a turnout of 286,054 people, Sunday, July 7 the appointment requested by the Ministry of Culture that allows free entry to museums and Italian archaeological parks every first Sunday of the month is renewed.

This is an initiative much appreciated by the public: visits will be made with the usual opening hours of the individual structures, with access subject to reservation where applicable.

From North to South, there are numerous museums and archaeological parks, from the most famous to those perhaps less known, that participate in the #domenicalmuseo initiative by offering free entry: the complete list, constantly updated, is available on the official site of Mibact. . Below, we offer you some interesting ideas.

Participating museums in Northern Italy

In Piedmont, a Turinfree entry Sunday 7 July to the Royal Museums, Villa della Regina and Palazzo Carignano, in the province the monumental complex of the Ducal Castle, garden and park of garlic while in the area of ​​Cunei the monumental complex of the Castle and Park of Racconigi. In Liguria, for example, the national museums of Genoa – Museum of the Royal Palace of Genoa as well as the Spinola Palace, the San Terenzu Castle in Lerici and the archaeological area of ​​Nervia (Twenty thousand).

Moving to Lombardy, among the many proposals the Catullus Caves, the Archaeological Museum and the Scaligero Castle are not missing Sirmionethe Pinacoteca di Brera and the Vinciano Cenacle a Milanthe Monumental Complex and Museum of the Certosa of Pavia and the museum of the Doge’s Palace and the national archaeological museum a Mantua. In Veneto, on the other hand, we find, among others, the National Park of Rock Engravings Capodimonte, the Archaeological Area of Felt (Belluno), the National Archaeological Museum of Verona as well as the Accademia Galleries, the Marciana National Library, the Giorgio Franchetti Gallery in Ca’ d’Oro, the Oriental Art Museum and the Palazzo Grimani Museum in Venice.

In Friuli Venezia Giulia, you can enter the National Archaeological Museum for free Cividale del Friulito the early Christian basilica via Madonna del Mare and to the museum and historical park of the Castello di Miramare in Trieste while in Emilia Romagna, a Ravenna to the Basilica of Sant’Apollinare in Classe, to the Teodoric Mausoleum, to the National Museum and the Arian Baptistery, to National Museums – Pinacoteca di Bologna, and at the Monumental Complex of Pilotta a Parma.

Participating museums in Central Italy

Among the wide selection, there is no shortage in Tuscany Uffizi Galleries the Bargello Museum, the National Archaeological Museum, the Garden of Villa Il Ventaglio, the Garden of Villa a Castello and Villa della Petraia a Florencethe National Museums of Siena – National Art Gallery of Sienathe National Museum of Villa Guinigi and the National Art Gallery and the Museum of Palazzo Mansi Luccain the Marche region the State Archaeological Museum of Ascoli Picenothe state fortress of GradaraDucal Palace of Urbino – National Gallery of the Marches as well as the Palazzo del Lapidario, and ad Ancona the Marche National Archaeological Museum and the Omero State Tactile Museum.

In Abruzzo, to give some examples, on Sunday July 7 it is possible to visit the Abbey of Santo Spiritu al Morrone for free (Sulmona), Museum Birthplace of Gabriele d’Annunzio a Fishingthe National Archaeological Museum of Fields (Teramo), and in Molise a Campobassothe National Archaeological Museum and Palazzo Pistilli, and the Italian Sanctuary of Abundant stone (Isernia).

Participating museums in southern Italy

Finally, as regards the openings in southern Italy, in Campania a Naples we find the National Archaeological Museum, the Certosa Museum of San Martin, the Royal Palace, the Neapolitan Crypt, Castel Sant’Elmo and Museum of the Novecento, and the Girolamini Monumental Complex and Library, the Certosa of San Lorenzo a Padula (Salerno), and also the famous Archaeological Parks of Pompeii, Herculaneum hey Phlegrean Fields.

In Basilicata, the archaeological park of Herakleia and the national archaeological museum of Siritide a Polycurusthe National Museums of Matera and the National Archaeological Museum of Basilicata “Dinu Adamesteanu” a powerin Puglia Castel del Monte ad Andrewthe Swabian Castle of Tranithe National Archaeological Museum of Altamuraand the National Archaeological Museum of Taranto – MARTHA.

We conclude the roundup with Calabria where you can enjoy free entry to the National Gallery of Cosenzato the Catholic of styleat the archaeological museum of Lamezzo Lamezia Terme and at the Church of St. Francis of Assisi Geraceand with Sardinia where you can admire the National Art Gallery and the National Archaeological and Ethnographic Museum “Giovanni Antonio Sanna” of Sassarithe National Archaeological Museum of Cagliari and the Pre-Nuragic Altar of Mount of Accoddi (Sassari).

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