The museum is located in the 19th century building that used to house the prefecture of Fauglia which also held the prison cells. It was created to conserve the works of the post-Impressionist artist Giorgio Kienerk, and guarantee the public's access to these masterpieces. Born in Florence in 1869, the painter passed a great deal of time at Fauglia where he owned a country house, and where he died in 1948.
Tuesday and Thursdays: 10am-12:30pm
Saturdays and Sundays: 10am-12:30pm and 3pm-6pm (winter), 4pm-7pm (summer)
Accessible to wheelchair users.
via Chiostra I, 13
Ph: +39 050 657311 (9am-1pm)