Anyone travelling with a dog knows how difficult it can be to visit places that post the "No dogs allowed" sign. As you know, we at Poggio Cavallo are glad to welcome your puppers and give them a few pets, too. Of course, always respecting other guests and the locals.

There are 30 beautiful cultural sites in the area where visitors are welcome to bring their dogs.

Here is the list of dog-friendly museums where pets are allowed (free of charge):

  • Natural History Museum in Grosseto
  • Castle of Arcidosso all'Amiata
  • Study Centre “David Lazzaretti” and Visitor Centre of the Monte Labro Wildlife Park
  • House museum of Monticello Amiata
  • Art collection of Nerucci palace in Casteldelpiano
  • Museum of Vine and Wine in Montenero d'Orcia
  • Focarazza Museum in Santa Caterina
  • Garden of Piero Bonacina in Montegiovi
  • Galleries of Cornacchino and Villa Sforzesca of Castel Selvena
  • Art and Mining History Museum in Massa Marittima
  • Archaeological Museum and the Aquarium Mondo Marino in Valpiana
  • Gallery of mining museum and Ravi Marchi mine in Gavorrano
  • Municipal Art Gallery of Follonica
  • Museum of the Cast Iron Arts of Maremma in Follonica
  • Territory Etruscan documentation centre in Scarlino
  • Archaeological Museum of Portus Scabris in Scarlino.
  • Multimedia Museum of Ximenes Red House in Castiglione della Pescaia
  • Archaeological Museum Isidoro Franchi in Vetulonia
  • Museum of prehistory and protohistory of the Fiora Valley in Manciano
  • Archaeological Museum of Saturnia
  • Archaeological park “Tufa stone towns” and Orsini fortress in Sorano
  • “Manzi” open-air archaeological museum and museum of Orsini Palace in Pitigliano
  • Archaeological Museum of Guzman Powder Store in Orbetello
  • Rural Museum in Albinia
  • Spanish fortress and Mediterranean aquarium of the Silver Coast in Porto Santo Stefano

For more information, please look up the Museums of Maremma at www.museidimaremma.it

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