Ecco Le Marche

Italy and our Le Marche are slowly getting back to tracks. What a better way to promote our territory with free access to some National museums? Here is a throwback to some of the museums that we dedicated a post to already, you can click on the links to read the past blog’s articles.

In each of the 5 provinces of Le Marche there are at least one or even several free museums to visit.

Province of Pesaro-Urbino:
The Rossini National Museum, the City Museum in the Palazzo Mosca, Rossini’s House and the Museum of Modern Art in the Pescheria are free in June.

Ancona:
the municipal art gallery Francesco Podisti, the Omero Museum, the Palazzo Camerata and the cultural center Mole Vanvitelliana open their doors for a free visit in June.

Macerata:
The city museum in the Palazzo Buonaccorsi, the Sferisterio (the open-air arena), the archaeological park Helvia Recina and the eco-museum Villa Ficana offer free admission in June.

Fermo:
the Priori Palace and Roman water reservoirs in Fermo and the archaeological museum of Torre di Palme can be visited freely in June

Ascoli Piceno:
the municipal art gallery, the ceramics museum, the papal paper museum, the museum of the late Middle Ages, the Malatesta fortress and the gallery for modern art Osvaldo Licini can be visited for free in June.

Did you know?

Every first Sunday of the month, all national museums of Le Marche (and throughout Italy) are open for free! In principle, there is free admission for all over 65-year-olds in all state museums!