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Cathedral Museum

In compliance of the order issued by the Emilia-Romagna Region to prevent the spread of Coronavirus, the Cathedral Museum will be closed until March 1st
Cathedral Museum

The Cathedral Museum of Ferrara is sited in the ex church of San Romano. It forms part of the Civic Museums of Ancient Art and mostly holds objects belonging to the Cathedral.

Among these are the previous decorative panels of the organ, depicting the Annunciation and St. George and the Dragon, absolute masterpiece of Cosmè Tura, the master of the 15th-century Ferrarese school and the 13th-century panels from the Porta dei Mesi, the side entrance to the cathedral demolished in the 18th century. A rich collection of illuminated antiphonal hymnbooks, reliquaries, paintings and other works of art complete this interesting museum.


9.30-13.00/ 15.00-18.00.

Closing days

  • Monday


Full 6,00 euro.
Reduced 3,00 euro (visitors over 65, groups 15 people).

FREE ENTRANCE for the owners of MYFE tourist card


  • Up to age 18
  • Disabled persons with one accompanying person
  • Tourist guides


Ferrara - Ex Chiesa di San Romano - Via S. Romano
last modified Feb 24, 2020 05:58
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