• Palazzo Manzi, Piazza Paracchini, 6 22014 Dongo (Como)
  • +39 0344 82572 / +39 0344 81333
  • info@museofineguerradongo.it
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From Wednesday 1st July open every day except Mondays.

Contingent entrance to avoid gatherings and directional route with a maximum stay of 50 minutes.

Possibility of access (before and after the visit of the Museum) to the Imago Dongo & Lake Como bookshop and info point.

Access hours every 30 minutes in the following time slots:
10.00* / 10.30 / 11.00 / 11.30 / 12.00 / 12.15* a.m.
2.30* / 3.00 / 3.30 / 4.00 / 4.30 / 4.45* p.m.
*added access hours only for August.

For the moment it is better to book your visit indicating the day, time of arrival and number of visitors. This will guarantee you priority of access over visitors who come directly to the Museum.

How to book?
Write to us by 3 pm on the day before the visit.
Send a message on the e-mail info@museofineguerradongo.it or on Whatsapp +39 3358005692 and we will reply as soon as possible confirming the preferred time or other possibilities in case we are already full.

Dongo is the place where Benito Mussolini and the fascist ministers of the RSI (Italian Social Republic) were captured on 27th April 1945.They were all taken to the Town Hall, in Palazzo Manzi, in order to formalize the arrest. Only a few days before, the Golden Room (the hall of honour of Palazzo Manzi) was arranged as mortuary for the bodies of the partisans slain by the fascist brigades.

The palace was therefore the stage of momentous historic events and is now the evocative and ideal setting for their commemoration in a museum. And thus Dongo’s innovative End of WWII Museum was born: a virtual and interactive journey into the depths of one of the most controversial pages of Italian history.

Through the exposure of original relics, documentary evidence and witness accounts, new archive footage and engaging re-enactments, the exhibition invites the public to step onto the stage of history.

Advanced multimedia technology thrusts visitors into the tragic all-Italian war of Liberation fought by the Resistance movement on Lake Como as in the whole of Italy. The visitors will be able, in this way, to experience the capture and execution of Mussolini, dramatic end of twenty years Italian Fascism.