from 01 November 2023 to 14 March 2025
The Art rooms present a collection of works that share a link with the town of Alessandria, its territory, its people and the historical and cultural moments that have left their mark.
There are several sections. The first, "Le Stanze di Artù e l'immagine del Medioevo alessandrino”, displays the interesting frescoes dating from the late 14th century, inspired by the famous Breton cycle and come from Cascina Torre in Frugarolo. The route, which from the entrance leads to the frescoes, offers a reconstruction of medieval life in Alessandria through a series of panels that highlight the architectural traces and painters of the town close to its foundation.
The Art Rooms host temporary exhibitions during the year (for information refer to the single dedicated events).
The works by the artist Giovanni Migliara (1785-1837) that illustrate the different themes he dealt with during his career and give visitors the opportunity to grasp the typicality of nineteenth-century painting of ‘vedute’ and landscape, are not currently on show to the public.
The Art Rooms will remain temporarily closed to re-arrange future exhibitions.
The Arthurian Cycle is open to the public, upon booking.
Check updates on the site listed below.
Ticket: full € 5.00: reduced €3.00 - from 12 to 18 years of age and over 65s, university students, groups (min. 12 people).
Free admission: journalists enrolled in the Order of Journalists, to 12 years of age, holders of a subscription to Torino Musei and holders of the Torino+Piemonte Card, Banca di Asti Museum Voucher, disabled people and their assistants, group leaders and teachers who accompany the classes for workshops.
Information and contacts
via Machiavelli 13 - Alessandria