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Scuola Mosaicisti del Friuli

During the visit to the school you can see the mosaic workshops and the rich gallery of works.

Artwork’s gallery

To the more than 30,000 visitors – every year – from all parts of the world, the gallery of the Scuola Mosaicisti del Friuli presents interesting works, exemplisive of techniques and subjects of all ages. The itinerary is chronological and invests all the history of the mosaic: from the Mediterranean origins of the Greco-Roman mosaic, to the precious surfaces of the Byzantine mosaic, to the expressions, the result of research and experimentation, of contemporary mosaic. Illustrating the many applications of a millennaria technique, the gallery dislocates on two floors: on the ground floor and on the mezzanine floor there are three sections centred on the mosaic program of the first, second and third year of the School. On the first floor, on the other hand, the section dedicated to contemporary mosaics and the section dedicated to artists from the Friuli Venezia Giulia region are exhibited. The classrooms and laboratories can also be visited, places where you can breathe the atmosphere and rituals of making mosaics, where you learn, reflect, elaborate and create all the mosaic heritage that is documented in this gallery. There is also a library, a lecture hall which in various forms provide hints and ideas to deepen the history of the Scuola Mosaicisti del Friuli and of mosaics in general.

Authorized Guides

Visits regulations

Information on times and how to visit


For single visit

From Monday to Friday
Morning: from 8 am to 11.30 am
Afternoon: from 1.00 pm to 3.30 pm


For guided tours

Saturday and Suday with reservations required.
For reservations:
Tourist information office
Tel: +39 0427 2274; fax: +39 0427 881517

For group visits, reservations and accompaniment by an authorized guide are required. Only the tourist guides of Friuli Venezia Giulia who have attended the dedicated course are authorized to accompany visitors to School.


Access to the Scuola Mosaicisti del Friuli
Visitors can access the School upon a contribution of € 2.00 for each and registration.
For guided tours, the contribution of € 2.00 for each will be paid directly to the authorized guide.
Free visit: only for single visitors under 12 who must necessarily be accompanied.

Based on the provisions of Law Decree no. 24 of 24 March 2022, from 1 May 2022 to visit the School it is necessary to wear suitable devices for the protection of the respiratory tract (FFP2 type strongly recommended).

For more information: tel. +39 0427 2077; e-mail:


Arrangements for a safe visit

The School welcomes visitors.

In this period of medical emergency, it is possible to visit the School respecting the minimum safety rules.


It is advisable to book your visit in advance by contacting the School directly for individual visits (email: info@scuolamosaicistidelfriuli, telephone: +39 0427 2077) while for group visits the Tourist Information Office (email:, telephone: +39 0427 2274).

Reservation is mandatory for groups wishing to carry out a guided tour. The group must not exceed 25 people. This visit will be accompanied by a guide authorized by the School, already informed about the safety rules.


The single visitor can only access from the main entrance (courtyard side) and register at the reception.

Guided tour groups will enter the School from the south entrance.


The visitor will be asked to fill in the appropriate register, where he will enter, his personal data.

In the case of a group visit, the group leader will issue a list of participants.


During the visit, it is mandatory: keep the interpersonal distance of at least 1.5 meters, avoiding any possible gathering; wear the mask; disinfect your hands often, using the appropriate dispensers placed inside the School.

The use of the lift should be avoided if not out of necessity and in any case one person can access it at a time.

The use of audio guides or other tools to support the visit, duly disinfected, will be regulated by the supplier (Tourist Information Office of Spilimbergo, PromoTurismo FVG …)


The maximum number of single visitors inside the Gallery is 25 people.

A maximum of 3 people can stay in the coffee room.

Access to the toilets is allowed for one person at a time.

The visit to the laboratories will be precluded if students are present inside.


Compliance with these few rules will allow you to make a pleasant visit safely.


CLICK HERE to know in detail the Regulatory protocol for measures to combat and contain the spread of the Covid-19 virus in the workplaces of the Consortium for the Friuli School of Mosaics

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