The Museum of Guido Calori is housed in the cloister of the seventeenth centurypalace that was once the convent of Poor Clares of San Gemini, located on the highest point of the country, in the District Rocca.
The entire complex, which also includes the small Church of Santa Caterina, the medieval street runs between the Court and the city walls. The collection,preserved in the Museum, collects paintings and sculptures by Guido Calori (in addition to the archive, drawings, sketches and working tools) that had been kept at his studies in Rome.
The collection and the building that houses have recently been completelyrestored, has been declared, in 1990, of great historical value and thereforesubject to constraint by the Superintendent of artistic heritage, in 1992 the archivewas protected for its undoubted importance.
Today, at a distance of about fifteen years after first opening to the public, we propose a more careful study of the master and a complex project for the protection and enhancement of the entire complex.
Saturday and Sunday:
10:00 to 14:00, 17:00 to 20:00
Tuesday to Friday: 17:00 to 20:00