The Museum of Sacred Art in Camaiore

A collection of important sacred artworks is on display in the centre of Camaiore

The museum is located in the Confraternity of the Santissimo Sacramento, a building from the 17th century. Noteworthy artworks include a 14th-century Madonna with Child in wood, a polyptych by A. Anguilla from the 15th century, an Annunciation by Matteo Civitali from the 15th century and an priceless Flemish tapestry by Peter de Pannemaker (1516).
Opening hours:
Winter: October 1 to May 30: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, from 4pm to 6:30pm and Sunday, from 10am to 12pm;
Summer: June 1 to September 30: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, from 4pm to 7:30pm and Sunday from 10am to 12pm.
Price: Donations welcome
Disabled access: Yes
via IV Novembre 71
Camaiore (Lucca)
Tel. 0584 984182
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Located in the foothills of the Apuan Alps, this small town dates back to Roman times. After founding Lucca, the Romans created a series of small villages at the foot of Mount Prana. One of these villages is the present day Camaiore, which gets its name from the ancient Campus Major—the large plain that connects Lucca and the gates of Luni. ...