Summer in so many free museums, historic palaces and castles ... in 2014 under the auspices of cultural for everyone!
Late night openings, special initiatives and Sundays free. Archaeological walks in Pompeii and Herculaneum, the Colosseum and visit to the Uffizi and 22 free tickets to those who donate blood. Since July we celebrate the "Sunday of the museum", an initiative of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage. Every first Sunday of the month will be able to enjoy free admission to 420 museums Italian state. Among those totally free inputs to the Colosseum and the archaeological center.
In Rome, with free admission on Sundays you enter, among many, even to the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill, Castel Sant'Angelo and the Palazzo Massimo, Palazzo Altemps, Balbi Crypt and the Baths of Diocletian.
Lombardy: visit free the Pinacoteca di Brera and / or the Roman amphitheater, the National Archaeological Museum and the Museum of Palazzo Ducale in Mantua, the National Archaeological Museum of Lomellina in Pavia, the Scaliger Castle in Brescia and many others.
In Bergamo kicks off its "Summer of Culture." Every Saturday evening, until midnight free admission to the Museum of Natural Sciences' E. Caffi ", the Archaeological Museum and the Botanical Garden" Lorenzo Rota ".
In Florence, visit the Uffizi, in Pisa Charterhouse monumental, also in Naples, the Certosa and Museum of San Martino, Capodimonte, Castel Sant 'Elmo etc ...
In Riccione Eevery Thursday and Saturday at Villa Franceschi and every Friday at the Museum of the Territory, from 21 onwards, the visits to the collections are free. During the months of July and August, there will be art workshops, historical and archaeological children aged 5 to 12 years at a cost of just € 5.
Pompeii and Herculaneum: every Friday night from July to October are planned itineraries. In Pompeii one starts from the Porta Marina and continue visiting the Suburban Baths and then continue on a path that runs along the boulevard outside the archaeological area, you go to the Temple of Venus and the Imperial Villa until you get to the Auditorium Piazza Esedra where there is a movie that highlights the phases of the eruption that destroyed Pompeii.
Ticket costs 5,50 €, free for those under 18.
In Herculaneum awaits an interactive installation that projects images of sea-themed mosaics and a 3D movie that tells the eruption. In the hall of the boat you can see boat of the Roman period found in the early 80s, and other artifacts.
Every Friday and Saturday in July until September 13 Villa d'Este in Tivoli comes alive with 22 gigs promoted by the Superintendence for Architectural Heritage and Landscape in the provinces of Rome, Latina, Frosinone, Rieti and Viterbo. Early music and chamber music, but also jazz and folk evenings and rock music and cinema. But it does not end there: you've always wondered what you ate during the Renaissance? To answer are the evenings of "A table in the Renaissance," which will be held again at Villa d'Este between July and September. For the detailed program, please consult the website of Villa d'Este.
In Rome, was launched the campaign "Save a life, donate blood," that until 15 October allows donors to have free admission for two people in some Capitoline museums including the Macro, the Museo di Roma in Trastevere, the Museum of 'Ara Pacis, the Napoleonic Museum and many others.