Civic Museums of Treviso

An ideal continuation of a city full of grace, the Treviso museums allow you to explore all aspects of the great historical and cultural heritage of the Marca, completing the portrait of a place where art and the pleasure of living have always reigned.

Walking along the canals, crossing the song of the mills on unexpected glimpses, walking the walls between the swaying of the trees or tasting one of the many typical dishes are just some of the ways to enjoy a visit to Treviso: to really get to know it, it is essential to stop by visit its museums, authentic hidden pearls, which tell us about the culture of a territory full of surprises through the works of international artists.

Civic Museum of Santa Caterina

We begin the journey in the heart of the city, at the Civic Museum of Santa Caterina: built in a fascinating convent complex, it houses collections of ancient art, covering a long period of time, from the Bronze Age to the Renaissance. The Gothic church houses the spectacular “Ciclo di Sant’Orsola” by Tomaso da Modena, while in the Pinacoteca are exhibited masterpieces of Italian art between the 15th and 18th centuries, from Lorenzo Lotto to Gentile da Fabriano, from Giovanni Bellini to Tiziano , from Guardi to Tiepolos in a succession of emotions.
There is also a very rich archaeological collection that shows life in the area from the Bronze Age to Roman finds.

Piazzetta Mario Botter, 1, 31100 Treviso
Luigi Bailo Museum

We continue the visit to the city along the main street to get to the modern and minimalist lines of the Luigi Bailo Museum, recently restored and returned to the city: a journey full of emotion and color in the works between the 19th and 20th centuries, under the sign of most important Italian sculptor of the early 1900s, Arturo Martini.
The Museum houses the largest collection of the artist in the world, together with the works of his friend Gino Rossi, another protagonist of Italian modern art.

Borgo Cavour, 24, 31100 Treviso
Ca ‘da Noal – Robegan House

Near the Bailo, we meet Ca ‘da Noal – Casa Robegan, home to temporary exhibitions: an ancient medieval complex that bears witness to the cultural vitality of the city which today hosts exhibitions, events and initiatives to enjoy, walking through its rooms and the wonderful garden, a city ​​where the pleasure of living is made of culture, art and smiles.

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