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Spoleto Museum Network

Spoleto’s centuries-old history is reflected in the richness of its artistic heritage, kept inside the city’s prestigious museums. The huge collections allow retracing the steps that brought about the present extraordinary cultural unity, from the ancient origins to the present.
The visit to the museums is made further attractive by their location inside historical buildings that testify to the city’s glorious past.

Rocca Albornoz and Museum of the Duchy

The Rocca Albornoz is a mighty fortress that stands on Colle Sant’Elia, the highest point in Spoleto. Built starting from 1359, it is one in a series of fortresses commissioned by Pope Innocent VI, th...

Roman House

The first excavation campaign was undertaken between 1885 and 1886 by Spoletan archaeologist Giuseppe Sordini, thanks to funds secured by English ambassador sir Savile Lumeley; however, once the first...

Museum of Textile and Costume

The Museum of Textile and Costume has been progressively remodeling itself thanks to donations by private collectors, and it presently features handiwork dating to the 14th-20th centuries. The collect...

Archaeological Museum

The museum is placed inside the former Monastery of St. Agatha, that was built at the end of the 14th century in the area of the Roman Theatre.
Its rich collection includes finds coming from bot...

Palazzo Collicola Visual Arts

Palazzo Collicola, one of Spoleto’s most important noble buildings, is nowadays home to an art collection on four different exhibiting levels.
The Carandente Museum is at the ground floor, it ga...

Church of Saints John and Paul

The small church stands in the area of the ancient Vaita Filittèria, the Byzantine district of Medieval Spoleto. It was consecrated in 1174 and became one of the city’s parish churches. Ashlars and Ro...