Museo della città Torre S. Agnese
The City Museum, which opened May 16, 1999, is housed at the Tower of St. Agnes, one of the oldest structures of Portogruaro. The Town Council bought the tower in 1987 and commissioned in the years 1988-89 the consolidation and restoration.
The building, which is one of three doors remained of the ancient walls surrounding the city, is the only one who has maintained the original Gothic structure dating from the 13th century. The historical and artistic heritage preserved in it comes from the Museo Nazionale Concordiese di Portogruaro.
The museum, organized in chronological order, allows us to reconstruct the town's history from the 12th century to the 20th century, highlighting and deepening through the valuable findings of the various aspects of daily life, public, private, civil and religious life in town.