- Visit one of the most celebrated medieval villages in Italy and one of only 14 remaining towers in this style
- Explore a rich history and learn about 19th-century Tuscany through a wealthy family's home
- See photographs, objets d'art, and paintings by Guido Peyron in this Fondo Ambiente Italiano (FAI) site
Explore the eye-opening insides of the Torre e Casa Campatelli, a tower house dating back to the 12th century that later became the residence of the wealthy Campatelli family. Of the 72 ancient towers that made San Gimignano famous, this is one of only 14 that survived!
The middle-class citizens of 19th-century Tuscany may not have had the sophisticated digital technologies you'll be using to learn about the Campatelli Tower and House, but you might still wish you could have lived here back in the day.
The Campatellis were a Florentine family of entrepreneurs and landowners, who were prominent residents of San Gimignano. Visiting this authentically furnished palazzo is a real step back in time!
See a video on the history, culture, and legends of San Gimignano, and witness photographs, private memories, objets d'art, and collections from the family, including Montelupo pottery and paintings by Guido Peyron.
- Redeem your smartphone voucher at the ticket office to receive your paper ticket
- If you chose the guided tour, please arrive 10 minutes before it starts
- Cancellations are possible up to 24 hours before your visit date
- Changes may be possible for this ticket