It is the center of temporary exhibitions and various cultural activities managed by the Palazzo Blu Foundation Located on the southern Lungarno in the heart of the historic center of the city, a few steps from the Ponte di Mezzo and the Palazzo Gambacorti, seat of the Municipality, the ancient palace restored by the Pisa Foundation, and managed by the Palazzo Blu Foundation, is proposed as a modern tool for the enrichment of the cultural offer of the city and is part of the broader tourism enhancement project of the circuit of museums that overlook the Lungarno, the artery of great historical and cultural value that crosses the city from east to west.
BLU, Palace of Art and Culture hosts:
Large spaces for temporary exhibitions
A modern auditorium
The permanent exhibition of works of art is divided into three sections: the Foundation's art collections
Pisa, located on the second floor; the aristocratic residence and the Simoneschi Collection on the first floor
Le Fondamenta, a new exhibition section dedicated to archeology and medieval history, located in the basement