Come and get to know the eclectic collection of the great collector Ivan Bruschi, creator and founder of the Arezzo’s Antiques Fair. You will be enchanted by this original and unique collection of objects and works of art from all over the world, from classical antiquities, to scientific instruments, paintings, ceramics, coins, sculptures displayed in an evocative and intimate setting inside the Palazzo del Capitano del Popolo, a 13th century building that ends into the large panoramic two level rooftop terrace overlooking the Romanesque Pieve di Santa Maria and the historic centre of Arezzo.


Full ticket € 5

Reduced ticket € 3 - Children under 18, senior over 65, students, groups over 15 people.

Free - Children up to 6 years, teachers (class guides), tour guides, visitors with disabilities and their carers, journalists upon accreditation. 

Monday closed

At the disposal of the visitor of the audio guides downloadable on the mobile phone or paper guides in case of lack of instrumentation.

Guided tour


Face mask

The Ivan Bruschi House Museum is partially accessible to disabled people. There is a lift that connects to the floors. There are: two steps at the entrance, two on the ground floor, two on the first floor and three on the second. It is possible to see only one floor of the terrace due to the presence of stairs to access the second floor.



Visitors must wait their turn outside the entrance of the Ivan Bruschi House Museum.