Closure of the Part from 1 July 2023

The PART | Palazzi dell’Arte, Rimini, closes from next July 1st for important redevelopment works related to accessibility and improvement of the visiting experience of the Palazzo del Podestà

On July 1st, the PART – Palazzi dell’arte in Rimini will temporarily close its doors for an important architectural redevelopment of the first floor and the attic of the Palazzo del Podestà. The duration of the works is estimated at around 10/12 months.


This ambitious project aims to make all the exhibition and auxiliary spaces completely accessible through the installation of a modern lift, the construction of a new suspended staircase, as well as the restoration of the visual and perceptive axis that unites the main floors of the two medieval buildings , that of the Podestà and that of the Arengo. Interventions which, at the same time, will redesign the exhibition spaces on the first floor and make the attic area of ​​the Podestà more modern. A restyling of the rooms that will also lead to the rearrangement of the works exhibited in rotation from the art collection of the San Patrignano Foundation, with the aim of offering an even more engaging and satisfying visiting experience for all visitors, while achieving total accessibility for all areas of the Museum.


Prior to this temporary closure, the PART | Palazzi dell’Arte di Rimini wishes to greet its public with a series of free and special guided tours, conducted by Ilaria Balena, contemporary art expert and member of the Museum’s Steering Committee. Appointment therefore Saturday 17, Friday 23, Saturday 24, Sunday 25 and Friday 30, at 17.00, Wednesday 28 and Friday 30 June at 21.00.

Reservations on

And that’s not all: the last week – from 24 to 30 June – the museum will be open to everyone free of charge: a unique opportunity for contemporary art lovers to say hello to the fascinating treasures kept inside the museum before its renovation as well as to admire the history and architecture of two of the most fascinating treasures of Rimini’s medieval architecture.




Attached: technical data sheet of the intervention and images