Piana di Lucca Farmer Museum

Agriculture, artisans and culture


The museum is housed in two separate buildings. One section is located in the 17th-century Republic of Lucca commissary; the other section is found in an old farmhouse. The permanent exhibition is an ethnographic collection of testimonials from the local farming and artisan culture. The area’s traditional crops (grain, corn, beans, linen and mulberry) are documented through objects, writings, explicit drawings, photographs and more. Visitors can even browse the library specialized in local customs and history of the farming culture. Inside the library there is a collection of photographs and slides that illustrate the rural traditions. The painting gallery organizes guided visits for schools and groups in the area.

by appointment



Handicap access:
Partial, only two rooms

via Romana 100
Tel: 0583 935808; 0583 935494

Forts, castles, medieval towers combine with Renaissance villas and refined architecture
The vast area of the city of Caponnori runs from the Pizzorne, Pisan mountains, theLucca plain and the area formed by the reclamation of Lake Bientina. The high ground around Lucca boasts numerous fortresses, castles and medieval towers alongside Renaissance villas and other elegant and refined buildings. ...