We were fortunate in that our visit coincided with an exhibition of Igor Mitoraj sculpture which was an added plus to what is a wonderfully curated and presented collection within a superb Medieval castle historic site sensitively restored by the architect Carlo Scarpa, between 1959 and 1973. The exhibition is made especially accessible by the scale and layout of the Museo. It has an almost intimate feel whilst the natural light and airiness augments the viewing experience.
The attendants are polite & discreet, not at all overbearing as can be the case elsewhere.. We thoroughly enjoyed our time here and taking in the views of the river and the impressive scale of the Castle and its battlements all also made wonderfully accessible by a smart and sensitive restoration.
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