The Moretti Caselli Studio is both a museum and workshop, located in a 15th century residence that once belonged to the noble Baglioni family. The workshop boasts a long and well-known family tradition. Francesco Moretti founded the stained-glass windows Studio in 1859. Inside you can admire stained-glass windows, photographs, sketches, paintings and cartoons as well as other artistic objects, tools, kilns and colours. It is not just a museum, but a place where you can breathe the atmosphere of ancient arts and crafts which have been handed on for five generations. Visitors are guided back in time through history, anecdotes, photographs, tools, documents, plaster casts and coloured glass to discover some of the yet hidden aspects of Perugia and relive past emotions. Particular care is given to organizing visits for groups.
Why is this site considered accessible?
Even though our museum is located in a medieval building with some architectural obstacles such as some external and internal steps, our staff is willing to help visitors with physical disabilities and is ready to overcome any difficulties which may occur. People with visual impairment can touch barehanded some stained glass windows, brushes, bottles of colours, pieces of glass, cutters, nibblers, led cames, tin bar, solder, trays with pieces of glass, old kiln, small glass objects such as earrings, necklaces, rings, sandblasted objects, a suit of armour, a pram, some musical instruments. Moreover there are materials designed for touching to give an idea of what is painted on glass. We are trying to organize visits for people with hearing impairment with the help of a sign language interpreter.
Address: via Fatebenefratelli 2, Perugia
Telephone: +340 09 27 902
Email: [email protected]