Museum and archaeological sites
The former convet of the Cappuccine nuns hosts the Museo Civico Le Cappuccine with the Natural History Museum "P. Bubani", the ancient and modern painting collection and the prints collection with old and contemporary engravings and the Public Library "G. Taroni" which preserves an old archive and a collection of contemporary books and magazines with the historical archives of local documents.
The museum is in the parsonage of the church of San Giovanni Battista and Sant’ Andrea Apostolo and it houses letters and personal objects of the famous musician Pietro Mascagni.
The parish museum houses is in the parsonage of the Church of San Giovanni Battista and Sant’ Andrea Apostolo and it houses books and paintings from the XV to the XX century. Historical archive with documents dating from 1252.
The museum is hosted in a modern building (built in 1981). It preserves documents relating to the hard times of World War II in Romagna, with a particular attention to the so called "Gothic Line".
The museum, inaugurated in 1983, is inside a restored mansion house. Here can be found a wide view of past, present and future fruit farming.
The art museum named after Luigi Varoli has four sections: one is the art scholl "Scuola Arte e Mestieri", the second is Varoli’s house "Casa Varoli", the third Arialdo Magnani’s house Varoli’s pupil and the last part is located inside Palazzo Sforza. The museum is dedicated to the local artist Luigi Varoli (1889-1958), who had a strong influence on many local artists.
Historical museum dedicated to the famous aviator of World War I, Francesco Baracca. The museum dedicated to the Italian aviation pioneer has a display of several personal objects of Francesco Baracca, together with historical documents; amongst the exhibits there’s also one of the airplanes that Baracca piloted during one of his 34 victories, the SPAD VII, dated 1917. One side of the aircraft has the personal coat of arms of the major Baracca; it represents a rampant horse, which is world wide reknown because Enzo Ferrari decided to use it as the symbol of his cars.
This permanent collection of devotional images has been made possible thanks to the kind donation of Mr Sergio Baroni, has a rich and wide documentation able to reconstruct the history of religious folk devotion through images and ceramic crafts.
The two storey house is quite small and it has been preserved in an excellent way. The family of the famous composer Gioacchino Rossini lived here for a long time. Gioacchino’s father lived here till 1790, then he moved to Pesaro. As he came back, the house had been occupied by another family so they moved into another house in the same area.