You will find some of the finest Italian collection of paintings which represent the Umbrian School of painting that were created between the 13th and 19th century. Each of the 23 galleries is worth visiting. The building where this gallery is housed is a historic building in itself. One can make use of many information boards in both English and Italian which contains descriptions about each period and arts associated to it.
Galleria Nazionale Dell' Umbria Travel Tips
- Audio guides and guided tours are available at extra charges.
- Ticket office closes at 06.30 pm.
Entrance Ticket Details For Galleria Nazionale Dell' Umbria
- Free entry for all on first Sunday of each month.
- Free entry for visitors below 18 years of age.
- Reduced entry fee for permanent teachers, students and visitors from 18 years to 25 years of age.
How to Reach Galleria Nazionale Dell' Umbria
- Buses C, F, K, Q, 117, minimtero to Pincetto, Piazza Matteotti, Fani.
- Il Bacio
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Galleria Nazionale Dell' Umbria Reviews & Ratings
Surely a great gallery. It's full of sacred pictures if you like them, but all this sacred pictures reveal the history of Italy if you let and interpret them. The staff inside is helpful and additionally the palace can host specific shows: for example I was there when it was running a show, specifically on bubbles with all the pictures with bubbles, with the commercial pic in the starting of 1900 plus the scientific part of the bubbles.
Large and amazing collection of umbrian paintings, superbly displayed in the city's most beautiful building, and which one can enjoy quietly.
Well exhibited worth a good couple of hours. Weird exhibit on bubbles though.
Impressive collection of religious art - interesting for the various styles and methods employed over the centuries. But unless you have an awareness and appreciation of the genre - could be one Madonna and child too many.
A very good exposition of Renaissance paintings and different articles