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Ivan Bruschi House & Museum

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Quirky and interesting

We only had a few minutes to visit thus place but it was worthwhile. As the title suggests the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Charles K
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Winchester, United Kingdom
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A considerable gem, recently added to the Arezzo heritage.

The museums that derive their origin from the mansions of antique or art dealers always have a... read more

Reviewed 22 March 2018
Brun066
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Florence, Italy
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Corso Italia 14, 52100, Arezzo, Italy
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We only had a few minutes to visit thus place but it was worthwhile. As the title suggests the items inside are quirky in places and are interesting. There's a nice view from the terrace which is worth visiting.

Thank Charles K
Reviewed 22 March 2018

The museums that derive their origin from the mansions of antique or art dealers always have a special quality (among others, in the nearby Florence, the "Bardini Museum" has it). Unlike the ancient private homes, where the works of art and craftsmanship, if there are,...More

2  Thank Brun066
Reviewed 15 July 2017

If you are visiting Arezzo you should certainly spend some time wondering through this fascinating eclectic collection. We very much enjoyed the visit.

Thank Phil D
Reviewed 22 February 2017

Visiting Ivan Bruschi Museum is a major must-see for people traveling through Arezzo, especially antique lovers. Arezzo's very popular antique fairs were originally promoted by Ivan Bruschi, an antique dealer. Within this museum you can find a very broad and elegant display of antiques and...More

Thank Jessi S
Reviewed 5 November 2016

The home museum Fondation Ivan Bruschi tells you a history starting from the etruscans. The vast collection of paintings, furniture, arms, household items etc. includes examples also from Africa and Asia.

2  Thank marjaterttu2016
Reviewed 28 October 2016

We were lucky enough to be in Arezzo on the 1st Sunday of the month in January 2016 and were able to visit the singular private gallery of Ivan Bruschi, the antiquarian and art collector who first promoted the famous monthly Arezzo Antiquarian market. Check...More

1  Thank Pulcebella
Reviewed 18 September 2016

Ssshhh! Don't tell just anyone about this treasure. It's the ideal place to spend a couple of hours with a dear friend or lover, wandering around the home of an avid collector and taking in his remarkably wide-ranging - but always quality - collection of...More

3  Thank Beverlina
Reviewed 23 May 2016

This town house dates back to the thirteenth century, full of dreams, treasures and rare collections, give us the idea of Ivan Bruschi cultural and aesthetic conception Thanks to him the city of Arezzo has for 50 years the Antique Fair, the first event of...More

1  Thank TuscanyConsultant
Reviewed 17 October 2015

More to see than we would have guessed. Wide variety of artifacts in a very large and lovely home. Nice view from the rooftop, too.

Thank dinjohn1
Reviewed 13 September 2015 via mobile

Everyone who visits here will find something that fascinates them. There is a lot to see in this mish-mash collection of art and artefacts. It looks small but it is quite large with three levels and the terrace.

Thank Linda K
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