Museum “Arte Sacra e Religiosa Popolare”

The Museum “Arte Sacra e Religiosa Popolare” was inaugurated in 2000. The idea of creating this museum was born in the fact that in the Palazzo Comunale were collecting artistic objects that were believed to be saved, especially from the increasingly frequent thefts that came made in churches. The purpose of the Museum “Arte Sacra e Religiosa Popolare” is to protect and enhance the works of art. The new museum, titled to Beato Angelico, is divided into several sections:

  • works from the parish church of Mugello
  • works from churches scattered around Mugello
  • oratory, tabernacles and works of popular devotion

The Museum “Arte Sacra e Religiosa Popolare” hosts the following works:

  • Assunta: tempera on tables of the sixteenth century attributed to Cosimo Rosselli
  • La Vergine dà la cintola San Tommaso: tempera on the table of the fifteenth century attributed to Master of Montefoscoli
  • Madonna con Bambino, due angeli e Santo Spirito: tempera on the table of the fifteenth century attributed to the Master of the Argonauts
  • Madonna con Bambino, San Giovanni e Santa Elisabetta: Oil on canvas of 1610/1620 attributed to Jacopo Chimenti, also known as L’Empoli
  • San Giovanni Battista: XVI century glazed terracotta attributed to Andrea della Robbia
  • Santa Felice con i suoi sette figli: a 15th-century stained glass window attributed to Andrea del Castagno’s workshop
  • Croce astile: engraved golden copper cross of the fourteenth century
  • Madonna con Bambino e Santi Pietro e Paolo: a fresco of the fifteenth century attributed to the Master of Signa
  • Madonna con Bambino e angeli: tempera on table of 1405/1410 attributed to the Master of Our Lady Straus
  • Madonna del latte: polychrome terracotta of the fifteenth century
  • San Sebastiano: oil on table of 1580/1588 attributed to the shop of Alessandro Allori
  • Tabernacolo con Madonna con Bambino, Dio Padre e santi: a fresco dating from the fifteenth century
  • Fonte Battesimale: Ceramic terracotta circa 1505 attributed to Benedetto Buglioni
  • Madonna con Bambino in trono e santi: tempera and oil on table of 1480 attributed to Neri di Bicci
  • Madonna con Bambino e Santi Giovanni Battista e Sebastiano: tempera on a table of the sixteenth century attributed to the Master of the Madonna of Schleissheim
  • San Giovanni Battista: tempera on the table of the fourteenth century attributed to Bernardo Daddi
  • Sant’Andrea, San Lorenzo con un angelo, Angelo volante: Oil on canvas dated 1721 attributed to the workshop of Anton Domenico Gabbiani
  • Turibolo: Perforated brass and fusion of the fifteenth century.


Address: Piazza Don Lorenzo Milani, 50039 Vicchio FI

Telephone: 055 844 8251


From 1 June to 30 September:

  • Saturday 15.00-19.00
  • Sunday 10-13 and 15-19

From 1 October to 31 May:

  • Sunday 10.00-13.00 and 15.00-19.00.

Holiday timetable

  • January 01 – closed
  • January 06 – afternoon time 15/19
  • Easter – YEAR 2017 OPEN EVERY DAY
  • Easter – YEAR 2017 OPEN EVERY DAY
  • April 25 – afternoon time 15/19
  • May 01 (Workers’ Day) – Closed
  • June 02 – afternoon time 15/19
  • June 24 (patron) – afternoon time 15/19
  • August 15 – Afternoon 15/19
  • 08 December – afternoon time 15/19
  • December 25th (Christmas) – closed
  • December 26 – afternoon time 15/19


Cumulative ticket with Giotto’s House Museum

  • Whole: €. 4.00
  • Reduced (6-14 years, groups over 15 people, disabled, Vicchio residents, over 65, FAI card holders): €. 3.00
  • under 6, disabled driver, teachers, journalists, group guides: free
  • Educational workshops for groups € 5.00 per participant
  • Vicchio schools laboratories € 2.00 per child

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