The Fellini Museum has just been inaugurated in Rimini, a brand new concept of a widespread museum, the largest one of its kind dedicated to director Federico Fellini, born in Rimini in 1920 and the creator of films that received 12 nominations for Academy Awards.
The museum is housed in three spaces throughout the historic centre: in Castel Sismondo, in the Art Nouveau Fulgor Cinema and in Piazza Malatesta. A space for creativity - included by the Ministry of Culture among the great national projects of cultural heritage – paying homage to Fellini's visionary nature, to cinema, to our relationship with the arts, in permanent dialogue between innovation and tradition.
The project is part of a major renovation and enhancement of the city’s cultural and architectural heritage, which in just a few years has witnessed important milestones such as the restoration of the Galli Theatre, PART - Palazzi dell'Arte di Rimini, the new waterfront, the water installations in the area surrounding the Tiberius Bridge and Castel Sismondo.
Come and discover the unexpected side of Rimini that will definitely surprise you!