Palazzo delle Albere

Right next to the MUSE, in Le Albere District, you will find an old palace, Palazzo delle Albere which was built in the 16th Century by the bishop-prince of the time, Cristoforo Madruzzo. Palazzo delle Albere was a fortress-villa, which owes its name to the long avenue of poplar trees that linked it to the city centre, by what is called the "Arco dei tre portoni", or “Arch of the three gates”, which opens up onto Via Santa Croce.

From 1987 to 2010 the building was used as a gallery in Trento by MART, the Contemporary Art Museum of Rovereto. From 2011 to 2015 it was closed for renovations and today it is an exhibition space for temporary exhibitions. Inside it is now possible to admire splendid frescoes inspired by the classical themes of humanistic culture.


Via Roberto da Sanseverino, 43, 38121 Trento TN