The museum system of Montespertoli
Art, hills and wine in the heart of Tuscany
The museum system of Montespertoli is part of the largest Countrywide Museum of the Empolese Valdelsa system., is a system of three museums (the Amedeo Bassi Museum dedicated to the famous tenor, the Wine Museum which documents his production and the Museum of Sacred Art with remarkable works and furnishings of sacred art) and an ecomuseum, the Via di Castiglioni, a real open-air museum immersed in the territory.
Amedeo Bassi Museum
The museum dedicated to Amedeo Bassi (Montespertoli, 1872-1949) and set up in the heart of the historic center of Montespertoli, collects the tenor's memorabilia that in recent decades have been donated to the Municipality by the heirs and the many enthusiasts.Scopri di più
Giotto's Followers in ValdelsaScopri di più
Landscape Museum 'Via di Castiglioni'
This is a guided itinerary in the landscape of the lower Val di Pesa, which winds for two kilometers along the ridge road between Castiglioni and Montegufoni - from the chapel of the villa to the small column that commemorates the partisan who fell during the Second World War.Scopri di più
Mostra “Filippo Lippi in Valdelsa”. Museo d’Arte Sacra di San Piero in MercatoScopri di più
Museum of Vine and Wine
The Center for the Culture of Wine I Lecci di Montespertoli in the province of Florence is much more than a museum. It is a structure immersed in the gentle reliefs of the Tuscan hills, among vineyards and olive groves, where you have the opportunity to discover up close and through the story of expert hands the entire production cycle of the vine, from the ground to the cellar.Scopri di più
Sacred Art Museum
Located just outside the old town of Montespertoli and housed in the rectory of the historic Pieve di San Piero in Mercato, the museum exhibits works of art, sculptures, furnishings and jewellery of various ages, coming from the local churches.Scopri di più