The picture gallery Zambeccari, which was originally set up in the old palace called of St. Paul, was enriched during the 18th century thanks to the marquesses Camillo (1656-1731) and Francesco (1682-1767), and it’s now one of the most important collections of Bologna. The first seat of the picture gallery was rebuilt on the will of the marquess Giacomo Zambeccari (1723-1795) by the architect Carlo Bianconi, and it’s now the seat of the Banca Popolare di Milano and the present-day seat of the picture gallery. The collection is distributed in 9 rooms and 1 salon; here there are works of the masters of the emiliana school such as Lodovico Carracci, Guercino, Albani, Crespi, Passerotti, Tiarini, Mastelletta, Franceschini, Pasinelli and Creti. Moreover there are testimonies of pictorial school of Genoa, Florence, Veneto and Neaple, besides Flemish and Byzantine schools. The description is taken from the booklet: "PALAZZO POGGI CAMPOGRANDE e LA QUADRERIA ZAMBECCARI" , Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali, Sopraintendenza per il Patrimonio Storico Artistico e Demoetnoantropologico per le provincie di BO-FE-RA-FC-RN
COMBINED TICKET (PINACOTECA AND QUADRERIA ZAMBECCARI/PALAZZO PEPOLI CAMPOGRANDE): FULL € 6; REDUCTION € 3
the ticket can be purchased in one of the two museums and used in the other one also on another day.
full € 6.00; reduction € 3.00 between 18 and 25 years old (valid only for members of European Community), teachers with a full time contract; free admission less than 18 years old (valid only for members of European Community); Musei Metropolitani Card owners (from 1 July 2017); teachers and students members of University: Architecture, Conservation of Cultural Heritage, Letters and Philosophy (Archeology, History of Art), Academy of Fine Arts; touristic guides, during their activities; touristic interpreters, during their activities; journalists, during their activities; members of Mibac (Ministry of Cultural Heritage); members of I.C.O.M. (International Council of Museums); students groups from public and private schools, with their teachers; disabled people and their relative or companion; operators of voluntary associations (spread and promotion about cultural heritage); free admission for everybody the first Sunday of each month. Every 8 March free admission for women on the occasion of the International Women's Day.
To have your free or reduced ticket please present the document certifying the actual membership of the specific category at the entrance.