The Diocesan Museum of Cortona preserves precious works of art that once belonged to the local churches. Inaugurated in 1945 by the will of the Bishop Giuseppe Francolini, it collects important works by Pietro Lorenzetti, Beato Angelico, Bartolomeo della Gatta, Sassetta and Luca Signorelli. The most significant work is certainly the Annunciation of Cortona by Beato Angelico, a true masterpiece of the early Renaissance. There are also other works by Luca Signorelli, a Cortona painter who is also one of the greatest representatives of Renaissance art, and subsequent works of the seventeenth century.
Address: Piazza del Duomo 1
Telephone: 0577 286300
From 10:00 to 17:00. Open from Friday to Sunday
Full ticket with audio guide € 6.00
Reduced ticket and reduced ticket for groups (over 15 people) € 3.00
Special reduced ticket for school groups € 1.00