Amelia Musei

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The Venturelli family, known in Amelia since the 1300s, had the noble residence erected only in the second half of the 16th century.
The building was constructed on pre-existing Roman structures and rooms using them as a base. In fact, the palace insists on a Roman domus: built in the 1st BC. Between the 1st and 2nd centuries AD it was enriched with floors decorated with black and white mosaic tiles.
In the atrium there is a travertine base in which the mouth of a well or cistern opens: a courtyard or open atrium is hypothesized.
The mosaics of Palazzo Venturelli represent the richness of private construction in the Roman city, reflecting the ambitions of an emerging class asserting itself in society.



Saturday, Sunday and holidays
Guided tours at 12:30 a.m and 5:00 p.m


By reservation only and for an additional fee, it will be possible to visit the main hall on the main floor of the palace, which features a continuous frieze pictorial decoration in the late Renaissance style.
For the ANNUAL HOURS > click here

If you would like to visit the space on days and times other than the opening hours, please send an email request to

Via Civitavecchia, 57 – Amelia
T. 0744 978120

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