The Museum of Santa Giulia, the Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo, the Archaeological Park of Brixia Romana and the Museum of the Weapons of the Castle collect the art and archaeological collections of the city of Brescia. An exceptional unicum, for the richness and variety of the works, as well as one of the most visited and important museum circuits in all of Northern Italy. A true journey through the centuries, from the Roman Age to the 20th Century, which the Brescia Museums Foundation makes available not only for the public of common visitors, but also for corporate initiatives. The museums hence host spaces for meetings and private events, with the possibility of convivial moments at any time of day or night, and exclusive never the same, customizable in every detail
In the Renaissance church of Santa Giulia, deconsecrated since the Nineteenth Century, a large and functional conference room is available with 216 seats equipped with every comfort. The hall is now a reference point required by public and private institutions, cultural and economic realities, scientific societies, which recognize the most suitable place to offer qualified hospitality in a context of absolute prestige.
Alternatively, for smaller meetings, the new Conference Room of the Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo is available, on the elegant Piazza Moretto, recently reopened to the public after the important restoration work, which has preserved and enhanced its markedly historic character but at the same time it allowed the installation of everything needed to host meetings and conferences for around 50 people.
Finally, for events with needs for setting up and customizing the set particularly important, the large multi-functional space of the White Room is available, with a contemporary and extremely versatile design.