Permanent collections, exhibitions, and archeological sites are only some of the many opportunities that the Garda offers to fans of art, history and culture.
Not far from the Residence San Rocco, in the Manerba sector, the Civic Archeology Museum boasts many finds that bear witness to the passage and the settlement of ancient populations.
The Grotto of Catullus in Sirmione represents a rare example of beauty; the ruins of the Roman-era villa, belonging to the family of the Latin poet Catullus, are in a magical setting of incomparable charm.
Traveling along the coast and heading toward upper Garda, in the center of Salò, is the Historic Museum of the Blue Ribbon, dedicated to military valor.
In Gardone Riviera you will find the interesting Museum of the Divine Infant, a collection of more than 250 sculptures originating from four centuries of history depicting the Baby Jesus and Child Mary.
In Toscolano Maderno, in the heart of the Valley of the Cartiere (paper-makers), is the renovated Paper Museum. Here you will learn about the ancient art of paper making, strolling in complete peace in pristine nature.