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The Landscape Museum

Learn about the transformation of the local landscape

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Castelnuovo Berardenga
This museum is housed in a late nineteenth century building which, until recently, was an abattoir. The idea behind the museum is to analyse how the world and our perception of the world has changed by showing various different landscapes and how they have altered over the years. There is an archaeological section which was renewed in July 2006.

The museum has a collection of photos, information and documentation concerning the landscape around Siena. The aim of this collection is to raise visitors’ awareness of this rich and varied territory. As well as images and videos which illustrate and explain the history, art and nature of this area, the museum also has several locally found ancient Etruscan artifacts on display.

Please call for specific hours

Opening hours:
November – March: Friday to Saturday 10am – 1pm
April – October: Tuesday to Saturday 10am – 1pm & 3pm – 6pm. Sunday 10am – 1pm

Entry Fee:

€3.00 per person
€2.00 per person for groups of over 10 people
Disabled access
Lift & Bathroom

Contact Information:

Via Chianti 61
Castelnuovo Beradenga (Siena)
Telephone: 0577 355500
Email: direttore.museopaesaggio@museisenesi.org
Castelnuovo Berardenga
The vast territory is close to the evocative Crete Senesi
Castelnuovo Berardenga is at an altitude of 351m and has a population of approximately 7000 inhabitants. The town takes its name from Count Berardo, a descendant of the Count of Siena Guinigi who governed over the city during the second half of the IX century. His family moved to the country when they lost control of Siena. ...