In the center of San Gimignano, at only 200 mt from the Duomo, you can visit a house museum with a medieval tower. Start your tour in the city with Torre Casa Campatelli. Our offer includes an interesting video about the history of San Gimignano that will let you discover why there are so many towers in this little city and many other curiosities. After the video you can enter the medieval tower and visit the house with original furniture.
Torre e Casa Campatelli is opened at the following hours:
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FAI members, National Trust members, Bienfaiteurs Amis du Louvre members, disabled persons and accompanying person: free entry
Reduced (aged 6-18): €4
Children aged 0-5: free entry
Students aged 25 or under: €5
Family: €20 for 2 adults and 2 or more children (6 -18 years old)
FAI members, INTO – The International National Trusts Organization members (for more informations click here), Soci Mécènes e Soci Bienfaiteurs Amis du Louvre, ICOM, those with disabilities + 1 companion: free entry.
Reduced (aged 6-18): €5
Students aged 25 or under: €10
Family (2 adults + 2 or more children 6-18 y.o.): €30
During events the price may be subject to change.
Torre e Casa Campatelli is located in the centre of San Gimignano, 200 m from Porta San Giovanni.
Groups: discounted rate for groups with over 20 participants. Click here to book.
The visit begins in the Attic Spaces and the Tower, where you will be immersed in a screening of the film entitled A Thousand Years in San Gimignano, which brings the walls of the house to life. The film enters into a dialogue with a dazzling alabaster model of the town, in a captivating combination of audio-visual evocations that signals the start of your journey in search of the jewel that is San Gimignano.
On the same floor, you will come across a space where you can browse through books on the town and the surrounding area, and discover – in a small, temporary exhibition – a number of compelling items from the archive of the family who lived in Casa Campatelli.
The visit continues on the piano nobile, which has been remodelled to resemble the way it would have looked at the end of the 19th century, thanks to the inclusion of original furnishings and objets d’art from the house – complemented by other, painstakingly selected pieces – in order to give you the chance to savour the atmosphere of an earlier age, as you make your way between public rooms and bedrooms, where you will find paintings, documents, decorative pieces and photographs collected by the donor, which illustrate the specific characters who lived here and their experiences, as well as the more general lifestyle of a typical upper-middle-class Tuscan family of the time.
The incomes of the giftshop are a solid contribution to FAI.
Visitors with disabilities and, when applicable, their caregiver have free access, in accordance with M.D. 507/97 updated to M.D. 13/2019 and L.104/92.
A reduced ticket is required in case of guided tours, events and other additional services.
Guide dogs and therapy dogs with a training certificate for assistance to persons with disabilities are allowed, always on a leash.
Torre e Casa Campatelli is accessible to persons with intellectual disability thanks to the “Bene FAI per tutti” project in collaboration with L’Abilità.
For persons with reduced mobility: difficult access to the property.
Please contact us for further information.
To ensure the protection and preservation of the interiors of Torre e Casa Campatelli and its collections, only guide dogs and assistance dogs with certificates for accompanying people with disabilities are allowed inside.