Fondazione Brescia Musei manages a complex and exciting museum system consisting of the Santa Giulia Museum and Brixia Roman Archeological Area – which has been recognized as a UNESCO site since 2011 – the Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo, Brescia Castle, which includes the “Luigi Marzoli” Weapons Museum and the Museum of the Risorgimento “The Lioness of Italy”, as well as the Nuovo Eden cinema.
Exhibitions and Events
Fondazione Brescia Museums designs and produces original temporary exhibitions and novel cultural activities that enhance and promote the treasures it manages, contributing to artistic and cultural production in the cultural heritage and film sectors.
What to do in the Museum?
Fondazione Brescia Musei offers a rich programme of initiatives to schools of all levels, as well as to the general public, from specialists to those who are simply curious, from children to adults, with the aim of providing tools and opportunities to visitors who have different identities, interests, expectations, needs and abilities.
A visit to the Museum is guaranteed to be a rich and engaging experience, allowing you to get to know this one-of-a-kind place.