Eroli Palace: center of culture and history of Narni.
Was built in the XVIII century for the will of Pietro Eroli and his son Silvio, combining together several buildings already owned by the family and others purchased, using the slope of the cliff which faces on the suggestive Gole del Nera.
Past ownership of the Province of Terni and restored , today hosts the majors painted, sculpted and archeological works thanks to which it is possible to retrace the history of Narni and of its territory.
The museum of Narni.
In addition to performances and exhibitions, the museum offers the visit in the two sections placed in the two floors of the palace: the archeological one in the first floor , which has remains from the prehistoric time until the Middle Age; and the art gallery at the second floor, with works dating from the XIV century to the XVIII century.
Among the other works , important are the Coronation of the Madonna of Domenico Ghirlandaio, the Annunciation of Benozzo Gozzoli, the Sarcophagus and the Egyptian mummy and, at the end, the Bronze cup of the fountain of Priori of 1303.
The municipal library.
The ground floor of the building hosts the municipal library of Narni of which we know from the XVII century thanks to the donation to the municipality by the bishop Andrea Cardoni.
Dedicated to Giovanni Eroli, it is divided into three big funds: general; local; young.
The Circuit of medieval environments of Narni
For those who love the Middle Age, the Circuit of medieval environments of Narni – in collaboration with the Corsa all’Anello and to the terzieri Mezule and Fraporta – is a journey during the time between the daily life, the arts and crafts of that period.
Discover Eroli Palace and the circuit of the museum.
- from April to October : from Tuesday to Sunday , 10am-7pm
- from November to March : from Tuesday to Sunday , 10am-6pm
(last entrance is 45 minutes before the closing)
– full € 6,00 / reduced € 4,00
NARNIA PASS (Eroli Palace + Rocca Albornoz + self-driving):
– € 9,00
- from April to October:
from Monday to Friday , 9am-7pm
from Saturday to Sunday, 10am-7pm
- from November to March: from Tuesday to Sunday , 10am-7pm
from Monday to Friday, 8.15am-6pm
from Saturday to Sunday, 10am-6pm
It is suggested to park the car into the Suffragio Parking and go up with the elevator until via Garibaldi. Then you can reach piazza dei Priori and via Saffi.
Continue to walk with us discovering what to see inside the walls of Narni.
Or discover the points of interest of Narni and of its territory:
On the two sides of the transept there are two of the most singular works of Narni’s Cathedral: the Chapel of the Blessed Lucia, in