Piazza Grande, Arezzo

Media and Communications Museum

The history of media and communications in the 20th century


Located in Palazzo Sabatini, the idea for this museum dates to the 1990s and the exhibit “The world in your home: the first 40 years of the history of the radio.” The personal collection of Fausto Casi was the nucleus of this exhibit, and today the collection has grown to cover other historic themes: pre-cinema, cinema, electric musical instruments, television, computers and cell phones.

Opening hours:

Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and the first Sunday of every month: 10am-5pm


€3.00 / €2.00 reduced price.

Free for teachers, authorized accompaniers and people with disabilities.

The museum is accessible for wheelchair users.


Via Ricasoli 22
Ph: +39 0575 377662
Email: faustocasi@tin.it



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