The ancient Cenacolo (refectory) of the convent of Santo Spirito is decorated with Andrea Orcagna frescoes of the Crucifixion and the Last Supper. It also houses a collection of sculptures donated by the antiquarian Salvatore Romano; these range from the pre-Romanesque period to the Renaissance, and include Tino di Camaino’s Caryatid and Angel and two figures of saints attributed to Donatello.
Fondazione Salvatore Romano nel Cenacolo di Santo Spirito
Piazza Santo Spirito, 29, 50125 Firenze FI, Italia
Accessible museum. Entrance connected to the street-level.
MUS.E Association regularly organizes guided tours and workshops in the Salvatore Romano Foundation and in the other City Museums of Florence for special audiences with visual or hearing impairments and people with intellectual disorders or senile decay. These activities are designed for the specific needs of any of them, to make the museum experience immersive, relevant and enjoyable for all. For information and booking: firstname.lastname@example.org ; + 39 055-2768224.