Musei Civici di Palazzo Mosca
Visit Palazzo Mosca getting 2EUR off admission
Since 1936, Palazzo Mosca has been the seat of the local museum, the Musei Civici. The palazzo is now a property of the city of Pesaro, but it once housed one of the most prominent aristocratic families in the area.
The palazzo was built in the 17th century. In the following century, Marchese Francesco decided to renovate it, and he entrusted the task to architect Luigi Baldelli, who had probably been influenced by Lazzarini. In that period, Palazzo Mosca thrived like never before: thanks to the bonds that the family established with politicians and artists throughout the century, it became one of the favourite places for aristocrats and intellectuals to meet.
The distinctive feature of the current façade of Palazzo Mosca is the magnificent rusticated door, above which is the family coat of arms. The main door leads to the three large courtyards.
Sistema Museo offers to all our cardholders the psosibility to get the discounted ticket paying 8EUR instead of 10EUR. To enjoy the offer just show your card at the payment moment.