Museum of Chiusa/Klausen
The art collection of the Museum of Chiusa/Klausen is located in the former Capuchin monastery, which was endowed by Queen Maria Anna of Spain (1667-1740). It includes the unique Treasure of Loreto with its precious single pieces of art from all over Europe. The Klausner Art Colony (1874-1914) is another key aspect of our permanent exhibition. Hosting five special exhibitions per year, the museum gallery offers a varied range of artwork.
Museum of Klausen/Chiusa will remain closed, in line with the latest government instructions regarding the current risk from Coronavirus (Covid-19).
? – 30.10.2021
Tues – Sat, 9.30 – 12 a.m., 3.30 – 6 p.m.
Closed on Sundays, Mondays and holidays
Tel.: +39 0472 846148
Chiusa/Klausen rose to become the “city of artists” in the late ’70s of the 19th century due to an incisive event in literature and history.
The Treasure of Loreto is the most significant part of the museum whose entire first floor is dedicated permanently to this unique collection of artwork.
The Museum of Chiusa/Klausen celebrated a special jubilee in 2012: its 20th year since reopening and the 100th special exhibition at the museum gallery.
The Capuchin monastery, the church, the Loreto chapel and the famous treasure were endowed by Queen Maria Anna from Spain.