The museum and the city. Theme itineraries exploring Trento
The museum and the city. Theme itineraries exploring Trento is an initiative promoted by the Tridentine Diocesan Museum which intends to inform about the vital and multiform relation between the Museum and the city, between the heritage preserved in the rooms at Pretorio Palace and the history and art characterising the churches, squares, streets and palaces in Trento.
From 3 July, each meeting will be characterised by a different theme, developed through the combination of a guided tour at the museum – in contact with the works from the permanent collection – and a walk through the city, in the streets of its historical centre.
Friday 3 July 2020, at 17.30
On the streets of Trento on the track of the Simonino (Simon of Trento) is a historical and artistic itinerary to visit the places which were the venue of the story of Simon of Trento. The itinerary starts from the exhibition Inventing the culprit dedicated to the 'case' of Simonino da Trento - a child presumed victim of Jewish ritual murder, venerated for centuries as an innocent 'martyr' - and curls through the streets of the historical town centre involving via del Simonino, the low relifes at Salvadori Palace, St Peter’s Church.
The itinerary will end in Vicolo dell'Adige, a place where a plaque affixed by the Municipality of Trento commemorates the story that sadly marked the relations with the Jewish Community.
Friday 10 July 2020, at 17.30
Trento, the city of the Council: the great theatre of all the people
Through the analysis of sources of the time and a walk through the streets of the historic center, the itinerary aims to identify and observe the different 'places' of the Council, that is churches, streets, towers and palaces that for various reasons were involved in the events that made Trento famous in the world.
Friday 17 July 2020 at 17.30
When the prince bishop lived in the square
The itinerary will lead to the discovery of the history of Piazza Duomo and the monumental complex of the Cathedral of San Vigilio and the ancient residence of the Prince Bishops, known as Palazzo Pretorio, now the seat of the Tridentine Diocesan Museum. At the same time, the transformations undergone over the centuries by the areas adjacent to the monumental complex will be analyzed.
Booking required by phone: 0461.234419 (by 18.00 of the day before the event)
It's possible to take part in one or more itineraries;
all appointments start at 17.30 at the museum ticket office.
Please note that for security reasons the maximum number of participants is of 10 people;
the visits will be activated with a minimum of 5 people.