Piazza del Duomo, Firenze

Marino Marini Museum

An ancient church provides the setting for 20th century art

Piazza di San Pancrazio, 4

In the deconsecrated Church of San Pancrazio are 184 works by the sculptor Marino Marini (1901–1980), arranged according to the artist’s instructions about the choice of materials and the natural lighting of the rooms. The works include sculptures in bronze and cement, polychrome plasters and canvases, portraits and drawings. Exhibitions of work by 20th-century and contemporary artists are held periodically in the crypt. There is also a special tactile tour for the visually impaired.


Marino Marini Museum                    
Piazza S. Pancrazio - Tel. 055 219432

Disabled Access: yes

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