The MuDEV is a cultural network project that unites 11 Municipalities of Empolese Valdelsa. This is an area of 753 square kilometers in central Tuscany. To date, 20 museums make up the network. The
This large open-air museum invites you to slow tourism; you can decide yourself how to tackle your own personal pathway, whether on foot, by bike, on horseback, in a camper van, on a motorbike or from a car seat with the window down.
DESCRIPTION OF THE MUDEV TICKET
Visits can be made with The Art Pilgrim’s Passport. By purchasing the unique ticket on Destination Florence, you will receive a voucher valid to recieve the “passaport” at the ticket offices; the Passport gives you the access to each of the 20 museums included, for a year (365 day from the date of purchase at the ticket offices):
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- Leonardo Da Vinci's Museum and the Leonardo’s Native House: in Vinci, where Leonardo was born and where he drew early inspiration
for his studies and paintings, the Leonardo Museum shows one of the most
extensive and most original collections devoted to the multiple interests of Leonardo the technologist, the architect,
the man of science and, more generally, to the History of Renaissance technics.
- Museum of Ceramics,
Museum of Archaeology - Montelupo Fiorentino
- MuRe Museum Remiero - Capraia e Limite
- Santa VerdianaMuseum and BeGo Benozzo Gozzoli - Castelfiorentino
- MuMeLoc Museum of Local Memory - Cerreto Guidi
- Boccaccio’s House,
Praetorian Palace, Nail Museum - Certaldo
- Museum of the Collegiata, Pontormo’s House, MUVE Glass Museum - Empoli
- Civic Museum - Fucecchio
- Permanent Exhibition Glass production in Gambassi (XIIIth–XVIth centuries) - Gambassi Terme
- Jerusalem of San Vivaldo, Civic Museum - Montaione
- Amedeo BassiMuseum, Museum of Grapes and Wine I Lecci - Montespertoli
Your visit does not
end at the walls of the museum but continues into the unimaginably beautiful
landscape, as one loses oneself among the gentle Florentine hills, perhaps to
end the day by sitting at a table with a glass of good wine. We were inspired
by the Via Francigena, the ancient pilgrimage route - which crosses a large
section of the area - to offer paths to follow as a type of modern 'pilgrim of
Please note that reservations may be required to access the museums. Please contact the museums and check before going there.