The Art Gallery San Francisco was opened in 1966 and is located in an architectural complex, founded in 1361, annexed to the church of the same name and adjacent to the convent of the Franciscan friars. Today, only the outer walls retain the original characteristics.
The 16th century paintings – by Guercino, Gerolamo Marchesi da Cotignola and Nicolò Liberatore (detto “l’Alunno”) – are exhibited in the ancient cloister of the Franciscan convent, dating back to the 1400’s. The exposition is housed in the balconies which constituted the cloister.
Museum – Art Gallery St. Francesco
Via Basilicius – San Marino Città
Entrance Fee: € 3
From January 02 to 07 June: 9.00 – 17.00
From June 08 to September 13: hours 8:00 to 20:00
From 14 September to 31 December: 9.00 – 17.00
Closed: January 1, Nov. 2 (afternoon) and December 25
Visiting hours and prices may change