The church of Santa Maria Assunta at Staggia was originally a romanesque building, but was heavily renovated at the beginning of the 20th century.The works of art in the church have been gathered in an adjacent room for conservation and security reasons. The small collection includes important works, most significantly a painting by Antonio del Pollaiolo. The collection is a concentration of the historic events of the strategic Castle of Staggia which was often a point of contention between the Sienese and the Florentines. For this reason, between the 14th and 16th centuries the church was able to commission important works of art from both Florentine and Siense artists.
April 1-October 31: Saturdays 3pm-5:30pm;Other days and other periods: by request to the custodian or parish priest.
Entrance by donation.
The church is not accessible to wheelchair users.