This app will give you the opportunity to walk through the rooms of Palazzo Coronini with the aid of audio comments and in-depth information on the most important works. You will discover the history of the Palazzo and the Coronini family through its most illustrious personages, stroll through the park in search of the most evocative glimpses and recognize the plants that enrich it through the botanical cards. You will also have the opportunity to set themed routes focusing on some collections, such as paintings, furniture or watches.
The Palazzo Coronini Cronberg, which became the seat of the homonymous Foundation by the will of its last owner, Count Guglielmo Coronini Cronberg (1905-1990), is a historic residence dating back to the end of the sixteenth century.
Walking through the fifteen rooms that make up the museum, including the room where the last king of France Charles X of Bourbon stayed and died in 1836, the visitor is transported by magic back in time, thanks to the warm and suggestive atmosphere of the rooms with five and seventeenth-century furnishings on the ground floor, the sumptuous eighteenth-century rooms, the Empire rooms and nineteenth-century rooms on the main floor.
The Palace is surrounded by a splendid five-hectare park, where sculptures and architectural artefacts can be discovered among typical plants of the Mediterranean vegetation.
– The app requires an Internet connection. A free WiFi network is available in the Palazzo.
– Earphones are required to listen to audio contents inside the building.