Costantinian museum of the Steccata

Via Dante Alighieri, 8/A - 43121 - Parma

Phone: +39 0521282854

Opening times

Guided visits on Friday at 10am; 11.15am; 3.30pm and 5.15pm
Guided visits on Saturday and Sunday at 3.30pm and 5.15pm
Open on reservation for groups from Monday to Thursday: 9.30am-12pm / 3.30pm-6pm


Full price € 6,00
Concessions (between 14 and 18 years old, groups minimum 10 people) € 5,00
Schools € 2,00
Family ticket (2 adults and 2 under 18) € 20,00
Free under 14 (except for school groups), disabled and carer: free entrance

Costantinian Museum of the Steccata


The Order of knighthood created by the Emperor Costantine owns the most beautiful Renaissance basilique of Parma, the Sanctuary of the Steccata, which holds a treasure of art and history acquired along the centuries.

The Costantinian museum is unique among the city museums for its richness and peculiarity of the exhibition: a collection of paintings, textiles, precious vestments dated back to the 17th century, furnishings from the best silversmiths of the 17th and 18th centuries, archive documents from the Farnese period, miniated coats of arms, banners of the Order and remains of the Borbone House among which the suit worn by Luigi 16th of France on the scaffold.