The Municipal Library of Narni, dedicated to Giovanni Eroli, is located on the ground floor of the homonymous palace which hosts: at the noble floor the archeological section of the museum and, and on the second floor, the art gallery.
The municipal library dedicated to Giovanni Eroli.
The foundation of the library dates to 1663 when the cardinal Andrea Cardoli decided , by the will of a will, to donate the personal library to the municipality of Narni.
After a first management of the fathers of the Opere Pie of the order of the Scolopi, it was through the work of the director Giovanni Eroli – great intellectual and passionate about culture – that the book heritage grew, Also with the reception of all those texts that came from monasteries narnesi suppressed following the unification of Italy.
After a deal with the Bishop’s Curia, the ancient fund is preserved in the buildings of the former Bishopric with the diocesan fund, while the modern one is in Eroli Palace.
The Library offers to its visitors ambiences dedicated to the study and the consultation , a section of local history, a photo archive , a section dedicated to the guys and a newspaper archive.
Discover Eroli Palace and the circuit of the museum.
Continue the visit to the Palace:
Go back to the principal page of the Palace.
- 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:
That which today is a modern Mario Bartolotti Auditorium, in the past was the first Cathedral of Narni. Entrusted then to the Dominicans, was part