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Museo delle Storie di Pieve

Piazza della Rocca, 1 - Pieve di Cento (BO)

Phone +39 051 8904821

Date of last update: 06/12/2018, 16:42

The Stories Museum of Pieve is divided over two locations. The actual museum is housed in the 14th-century Rocca, the ancient fortress designed by Antonio di Vincenzo, the architect of the San Petronio Basilica in Bologna, while the photography archive "Giovanni Melloni" is located inside Porta Bologna (Bologna Gate).

The Rocca hosts in its eight rooms the commentary of one-thousand years of Pieve di Cento history, from its constitution to present days, through the many changes that involved local landscape, city planning and society.

Important historical/artistic items and over 300 video interviews lead the visitor in a multimedia tour among touch-screen stations. The visit also includes the opportunity to record your own interview.

Porta Bologna hosts the Digital Photo Archive "G.Melloni", featuring a collection of 2.000 historical pictures, fully digitalized and easily accessible thanks to an interactive computer station.

The Stories Museum of Pieve is the first example of civic museum based on digital storytelling in Emilia-Romagna.

By bus: for info www.tper.it       

By car: exit from SP42  "Pieve di cento"

By car sharing: you can reach your destination by yourself with Auting, a peer to peer car sharing service. Let’s search for the car that best suits your needs on auting.it , get in touch with the owner and let’s start your trip!

The Pieve di Cento Museum network (including Museo delle Storie di Pieve, Archivio fotografico digitale G. Melloni, Pinacoteca Civica, Teatro e Museo della Musica, Museo della Canapa) is accessible with a single museum pass, valid in the same day.

The ticket can be purchased at the vending machine inside the Museo delle Storie di Pieve (Piazza della Rocca 1).

Full price € 5
Reduced € 3
Free for residents, under 18, university students, Bologna Museums Card, people with disabilities and support person, teachers accompanying schoolchildren, tourist guides with licence, servicepersons.

March to May andSeptember to November:
every Sundays 10am-1pm and 3:30pm-6:30pm 

June and July:
every Sundays 10am-1pm and 4:30pm-7:30pm 

Closed from December to February and on August, Christmas day, New Year's Day and Easter