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The Museum of Sacred Art in Castelmuzio

The museum includes an historical archive

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The Museum of Sacred Art in Castelmuzio (Museo d'Arte Sacra) is housed in the oratory and old Confraternita di San Bernardino hostel. The interior was renovated in 1867. The museum is home to many works of art from the Confraternità di San Bernardino (the Saint Bernard Confraternity) and includes paintings of the Sienese school which date from between the fourteenth and sixteenth century. There is also a collection of silverware, liturgical items and fabrics which date from between the sixteenth and nineteenth century. The Confraternità also runs the next door church of Santo Stefano in Cennano, as well as the nearby church of Sant’Anna in Camprena. It’s possible to combine a visit to these churches with a tour of the museum.

Opening hours
Everyday 9am-7pm

Entry fee

Free. Donations welcome.

Disabled access
In part

Contact information
via Gaetano Milanesi 1
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