The paintings are not the only attraction of the museum, in which are exposed precious and important sacred objects from the fifteenth century to the nineteenth century from Cascia and other churches of Reggello.
An area of the museum is dedicated to the triptych of Saint Juvenal that a room contains a number of documentaries and educational media on Masaccio and his work. We have to recall also the importance of the church of San Pietro (picture below), masterpiece of Tuscan Romanesque, whose long and fascinating history deserves to be well documented and illustrated: a setting decorated with antique furniture and portraits.
The Masaccio Museum is also a constant point of reference educational and cultural primarily for local schools, and secondly for all individual visitors and groups who want to deepen, in addition to knowledge of the Triptych of Masaccio, also the artistic richness of the territory of Reggello and history of Cascia. To this end, they have organized meetings, conferences, lectures, small exhibitions.
From June to September evening opening from 21.00 to 23.00 in the first and third Saturday of the month
The museum can be open by appointment at other times as indicated.
Guided tours to the Museum and the Parish.
Adults: 3,00 €
Reduced ticket € 2.50