Albrecht Dürer and Leonardo da Vinci in Anghiari. Currently on display are some of the most famous Renaissance graphic works.
The exhibition of one of the most important works attributable to the Battle of Anghiari by Leonardo da Vinci.
A pleasant and easy path under the walls of Anghiari to discover the places of the battle.
What to see in the medieval town in the magnificient Tuscan countryside
The work "Pacem in Terris" by Emilio Isgrò to remember Leonardo da Vinci on permanent display at the Museum of the Battle and Anghiari
From June 2 the museum is open daily from 9.30 am to 1 pm and from 2.30 pm to 6.30 pm.
Two museums in two buildings in the fifteenth-century Borghetto square.
Inside the museums there are artworks that speak of Leonardo da Vinci's idea for the Battle of Anghiari. There is a masterpiece by Jacopo della Quercia, stories of large and small events, historical objects and archaeological finds that tell the history of Anghiari.
Enter the Renaissance with a single ticket!
Inside the museum, a digital system allows you to get in touch with Leonardo da Vinci’s drawings and with all the copies of the lost painting.
The reenactment of Anghiari
Every year Anghiari hosts the ancient Palio della Vittoria on the 29 June, celebrating the victory of the Florentine troops and their allies over the Milanese troops of Filippo Maria Visconti.
Enter the museum to discover the Battle of Anghiari and then visit the sites of the battle.
Experience the Renaissance inside and outside the village of Anghiari.
Ask the staff of the museum how to reach the most important historical places in the area.