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Museo-Laboratorio di Tessitura a Mano Giuditta Brozzetti

Via Tiberio Berardi 5/6 | Traversa di Via Faina, 06123, Perugia, Italy
+39 075 40236
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Atmospheric and amazing

Beautiful location, fascinating architecture, wonderful textile creations. A must see location for... read more

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This the No 1 attraction here. Imagine a 13th Century church where St Francis is known to have... read more

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Monday to friday: am 8,30-12,30 pm 3-6, Saturday and Sunday also available by appointment. The exclusive workshop is located in the fascinating, deconsecrated Romanesque church of San Francesco delle Donne. In August open every morning from Monday to Friday, afternoon and weekend by appointment. Closed the first two weeks of February.
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Via Tiberio Berardi 5/6 | Traversa di Via Faina, 06123, Perugia, Italy
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"old church"
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful location, fascinating architecture, wonderful textile creations. A must see location for anyone who enjoys craftsmanship or should it be craftwomanship? I'd always wanted to see a flying shuttle in action and it was very impressive.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This the No 1 attraction here. Imagine a 13th Century church where St Francis is known to have prayed (they know the exact spot) that houses a series of Middle Age looms turning out medieval textiles that copy the designs from classic Renaissance paintings. You...More

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Reviewed 31 March 2018

If you're interested in any combination of weaving, woodworking, mechanical devices or handcrafts, this place is fantastic. It's a labour of love by a dedicated individual (Marta) who speaks excellent English and even working alone in this huge studio made time for my wife and...More

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Reviewed 28 February 2018

We spent 7 days in Tuscany. Our morning with Marta ranked as the most memorable. She was warm, welcoming, informative, and easy to schedule with online. My 5- and 9-year-old children were enamored with her, her machines, and her dogs. She comes from a long...More

Thank Traci S
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Reviewed 29 January 2018 via mobile

Marta herself ( the great granddaughter of a renowned weaver and creator of advanced weaving techniques) led us on a private tour of the museum that she established in a beautiful old church owned by her family. A truly remarkable walk back in time to...More

1  Thank Donna M
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Reviewed 27 December 2017 via mobile

This museum/atelier is amazing. The artist/owner will demonstrate the tradition of Umbrian loom weaving and tell you something of its history. (She speaks very good English.) Her works range from the traditional — she actually recreates Umbrian textiles from Renaissance paintings! — to her own...More

Thank jgc37
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Reviewed 22 November 2017 via mobile

This is not a museum. A museum is a tomb dedicated to cultures and arts that have died. This is a living, breathing home of art. I initially dreaded visiting something called a 'textile museum' but I was so wrong: this turned out to be...More

1  Thank Milan K
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Reviewed 28 October 2017

We went to this museum and were happily surprised to be guided through the fascinating process of weaving jacquard fabric as it has been done since the middle ages. The director is a lovely and lively woman who is passionate about preserving this tradition. The...More

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Reviewed 19 September 2017 via mobile

After navigating the twisted and turning streets of Perugia we found our way to amagical visit into the history of weaving in Perugia. Our guide is the great granddaughter of the founder. Their work is beyond compare! The Italian government should support this amazing business,...More

Thank Carrie R
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Reviewed 9 September 2017

A weaving museum in a historic palace, with ancient loom and other machines for textiles fabrications; the owner was himself a weawer and gives explications in a good and interesting ambiance.

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Yes, right across from the building
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Response from Giuditta B | Property representative |
I'm sorry I saw your message just now ... Our laboratory is open from Monday to Friday and on demand during the week end. Price for about 45 minutes guided tour is € 4.00/person. Once you have the date planned, please let... More
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