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Palazzo Blu, Pisa

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In what was formerly the home of Count Giuli and his family, visit the art gallery and museum at Palazzo Blu. Inside the pale blue palace house, note Italianate architecture, luxurious furniture, and Renaissance art. In the permanent collection on the main floor of the museum, view paintings by artists such as Cecco di Pietro, Taddeo di Bartolo, Vincenzo Foppa, and Luigi Gioli. Add Palazzo Blu and other attractions to your Pisa trip itinerary using our Pisa tourist route planner.
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  • This gallery had a lot of interesting exhibits and was fairly quiet, so we were able to take our time and look at each painting in detail without being jostled.  more »
  • Worth a visit as this is free to enter, some lovely richly decorated rooms with high ceilings beautifully painted and many classical paintings  more »
  • In this period there is an exceptionally interesting exhibition. Despite being an Art museum, it currently hosts an exhibition on how physics changed the way we look at the human body. You will see a ...  more »
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  • Very lucky to find that a temporary exhibition of Dali is on while I am in Pisa. Definitely worthy of a few hours of your time. Well curated and beautifully presented although the lighting could have been better. Otherwise a superb exhibition in a very well organised gallery. The Palazzo Blu is a lovely gallery with a great bookshop and what looks like a very nice cafe although I did not use it as I had other plans for lunch.
  • Free audio guide, nice and easy set up where you don't get lost or in different.
  • Palazzo Blu is recognizable by its pastel-blue façade and yes it does hosts free art exhibitions throughout the year, which include pisan paintings dating back to the 14th century - some good art indeed. We had a good break in the café - its worth visiting.
  • Unconventional museum with temporary exhibitions constantly refreshed. Check out what is on when you want to visit it.
  • Don't miss the Dali exhibiton!