Telephone: +39 075 812712
Location: historic centre
•At 70 meters from the entrance of the Museum there is a reserved parking area. The path bringing to the entrance has a stone paving and a 5% slope. At the entrance there are 2 consecutive ramps: the most difficult is 214 cm long and has a 18% slope. The museum is located on the first and second floor. There is a lift with a 80 cm doorway and a 145 cm deep cabin. The Cripta can be reached from the first floor of the museum. All the halls of the museum are suitable by people on wheelchair. The Cripta entrance has a 20 cm high step and a 66 cm doorway. Near the ticket office there is an accessible toilet. The bowl is 45 cm high from the floor and has no supporting handles. It is very difficult to open and close the door because there is no space enough.
•The Capitolar Museum of St. Rufino was founded in 1941 and it is in rooms next to the Cathedral of St. Rufino in Assisi (1140). A visit to the museum takes one through the spiritual and cultural history of the diocese and the city from Paleochristian times to the present archeological remains, capitals, paintings on vanvas and on wood and church furnishings are displayed in the museum. The frescoes by Puccio Capanna of the Flagellation, the Crucifixion and the Deposition in the Sepulchre (1347). The most important works are: the Polyptich of the Enthroned Madonna with Child and the Saints and the Stories of St. Rufino (1470) by Niccolò Liberatore, known as “L'Alunno”. The entrance fee also includes a visit to the Crypt of St. Rufino (XI century) a beautiful area under the facade of cathedral. The Crypt has frescoes from the XII century and the Roman Sarcophagus (III century A.D.) in which St. Rufino was buried.View Photo Diocesano e Cripta di San Rufino