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All reviewsreligious artcastle wallsgreat castlepaintings and sculpturescarlo scarpanice museumverona cardworks of artworth a visitgreat artadige rivermiddle agesacross the riverold bridgecouple of hoursaudio guidewalk around
This was such a treat! What a beautifully curated collection. An outstandingly well set out museum with an interesting display in an equally interesting building. Absolutely worthwhile spending a good few hours here.
My wife and I visited the castle museum last week whilst enjoying a city break in Verona. In my view this has to be the must see attraction. The view over Verona from the castle are wonderful and the museum itself is full of interesting...More
Castelvecchio houses many old relics and archictectural pieces found in and around Verona. The building itself has been well odernized to help accommodate the modern day vistor. It is ot suitable for those who are dependent on lifts etc to get to upper levels. The...More
The beautiful Museum that has been wonderfully restored from Scarpa is very interesting: the grounds are very interesting with modern and ancient sitting next to each other. The paintings are interesting too but a bit “boring” as they are 90% of sacred art. The main...More
As we bought Verona card, we started with the Museo. The exhibitions are tastefully arranged, and remind us of the Glyptoteket in København, but the restoration of the building itself is incredible. Allow couple of hours. We did not so we missed the last exhibition.
This museum, embedded in a storied castle which is itself worth seeing, has an amazing, eclectic, surprising collection ranging from Roman art to several important Renaissance works. You'll learn a lot about the artistic history of "fair Verona" and if it wasn't for the heat...More
We have visited Verona before and visited the lovely gardens surrounding the museum but this was the first time we visited the museum itself. The museum is on different levels and is mostly religious artifacts and paintings. Everything is well displayed and not too many...More
If you like castles and art galleries this is one for you. 2 Birds in one. The castle is imposing, sympathetically restored and a delight to stroll around. Fantastic views from the battlements virtually 360 round Verona. Great view of the bridge. The art galleries...More