hall is organized in four rooms full of archaeological
and architectural remains brought back to light
during the long restorations carried out in the
As an entrance passage to the second room we can
find a tufa neogothic arch, while a double couple
of columns in red marble from Verona, with acanthus-leaves
capitals, delimits the third room of the hall, through
which you enter the great staircase which brings
in the Museum.
View from the first room.
is placed a rare haul sledge, single-seater, lacquered
and painted with marine mythological figures. It
is a rare antique, perhaps one of those that a funny
piece of news of the year 1767 describes competing
in Bra square, Verona, during a particularly snowy
Beyond the hall, the reserved rooms open to the
temporary exhibitions which the Museum Foundation
promotes and organizes in its office.
Single-seater racing sledge
for single draught (Verona, half of the XIIIc.).