Get to know, get excited, get involved, meet us: a tailor-made museum for everyone.
Fondazione Brescia Musei offers schools of all levels and the general public – from families with children, to young people, to adults – a rich program of initiatives aimed at making known and enhancing the rich cultural heritage present in the Civic Museums.
For pre-established groups: itineraries to discover the precious works kept in the halls of the Civic Museums. For pre-established groups and individuals: a rich calendar of visits to the extraordinary current exhibitions.
Plan your Events
The museums can provide spaces for meetings and private events, with the option of holding convivial gatherings at any time of the day or in the evening and to experience guided tours of the collections.
The spaces, which are already spectacular in themselves, are a unique piece of architecture and art history. They are the best-preserved and most lavish in the city.
In the Renaissance Church of Santa Giulia, which has been deconsecrated since the nineteenth century, there is a spacious and functional Conference Room with 216 comfortable seats.
In addition to the exclusive tour, the Fondazione Brescia Musei offers you the opportunity to hold celebrations, presentations, business meetings, festive occasions and corporate appointments that will evoke big emotions
The Santa Giulia complex has been transformed from a city museum into an excellent location for unique and unforgettable corporate events. In the setting of the former monastery, there are several possible locations available to companies for a brunch, lunch or dinner.
Green passes COVID-19
For access to museums and temporary exhibitions it will no longer be necessary to exhibit green passes.
From 1 May 2022 the obligation to use masks in museums and archaeological parks expires. However, in view of the indications contained in the ordinance of the Ministry of Health of 28 April 2022, visitors are recommended to wear masks (subject to the derogations provided for by the provisions in force) for the duration of the visit, in particular in situations of crowding or high public turnout and in points or halls where confined spaces do not allow to maintain the adequate distance.