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Costantinian Museum of the Steccata

Via Dante Alighieri - 8/A - Parma - PR - 43121
Phone: +39 0521282854 Fax: +39 0521201226
Hours:

the museum is open from March 12 to November 30 from Monday to Friday 9.30am - 12pm and 3.30pm - 6pm; Saturday and Sunday 3.30pm - 6pm. In July and August open from Monday to Friday from 9.30am to 12.00pm.
During the closing period it is possible to book a tour only for groups at least three days in advance by calling: +39 0521282854 - 0521234937.

Prices:

full price euros 5,00; Fai, Touring Club and Italia Nostra members euros 4,00; schools euros 1,00; groups from 5 to 30 people euros 3,00; free entrance under 18.

Description:

the order of knights founded at the time of Emperor Costantino still owns the most beautiful Renaissance church of Parma, the Sanctuary of Steccata, hosting a treasure of art and history gathered along the centuries.


The museum of the Ordine Costantiniano certainly stands out among the museums of the town thanks to the richness and peculiarity of items on display: a collection of paintings, textiles and precious vestments dating to the 17th century, 17th and 18th century silverware, archive documents of the Farnese times, heraldry, uniforms and memorabialia of the Bourbon family included the shirt worn by Louis 16th when he was beheaded.

There is a little bookshop.

Last update:
28/02/2018


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