Corso Diaz - Massa Marittima
The Museum of Sacred Art highlights in particular the most important artistic and historical period of the town, from the 1300s to the 1400s, with an exhibition of works from the Cathedral and other town churches. The works on display include a wooden crucifix and statues by Giovanni Pisano, statues of the ‘Apostles and Prophets’ by Gano di Fazio, a crucifix by Pietro Lorenzetti, the painted wood work entitled “Maestà” by Ambrogio Lorenzetti, another ‘Madonna and Child’ close to the manner of Sano di Pietro and an ‘Angel of the Annunciation’ by Stefano di Giovanni, also known as ‘il Sassetta’.
Guided tours Conferences and cultural events Authorised box office bookings service for concerts and events Venue authorised for the celebration of civil weddings. A visit to the Museum of Sacred Art is included in the educational programme provided by the Colline Metallifere Cooperative, which runs the Massa Marittima museums, for local schools. For information contact the Archaeological Museum on 0566/902289
November - March: 11.00-13.00, 15.00-17.00; April - October: 10.00-13.00, 15.00-18.00; closed Mondays
€ 5.00 full € 3.00 reduced; € 4.00 groups; Combined ticket for all the Massa Marittima Museums and the Torre del Candeliere: € 15.00 full; € 10.00 reduced; € 6.00 combined ticket for the Museum of Sacred Art and the Torre del Candeliere
Director: Roberta Pieraccioli
Info and reservations: 0566/902289 0566/901954
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