Entry of Simon Benetton Museum
Detail of the Entry to Simon Benetton Museum Ancient Park with Macro-Sculptures
Simon Benetton Museum Ancient Park with Macro-Sculptures
View of the Macro-Sculpture Park of the Simon Benetton Museum from the pond
Hall 1 - Elaboration of the Module Period - years 60-70s area inside
Museo Simon Benetton
Museo Simon Benetton
Hall 1 - Elaboration of the Module Period - years 60-70s area inside
Hall 1 - Elaboration of the Module Period - years 60-70s area inside
Hall 1 - Elaboration of the Module Period - years 60-70s area inside
Hall 1 - Elaboration of the Module Period - years 60-70s area inside
Hall 1 - Elaboration of the Module Period - years 60-70s area inside

More than just a visit to the museum, this is a journey into the artist’s soul through his artworks


The secrets of fire and iron, everything in there. The strength, the desire, the sound, the air, the breath, the genesis. There echoes freedom.


Infinite forms dressed in sunlight play in the space of time, air, light, and sun blend, enveloping the chorus of the mysterious casings of distant thought.

A young Simon Benetton studying and designing in his studio, a tireless artistic soul always in continuous evolution, with a strong desire to convey his message to the world, which still lingers within the museum halls, through his sculptures.

Attaining greater awareness of his talent, achieved through years of experimenting with new techniques and the fusion of elements, all the awards and accolades that Maestro Simon Benetton received during his artistic career are preserved in an hall on the first floor.

In the space dedicated to the works of the latest period, Energia Cosmica nell’Universo, one feels suspended between earth and sky, immersed in the idea of flying, of breaking free towards infinity.

This is one of the messages that the artist wanted to convey to humanity and that remains vibrant not only in space but also in time.

The museum continues its own exhibit in the vast green oasis, where other larger sculptures can be admired, in the park, a small lake and brooks.

The artworks displayed here are created with metal and undergo a transformation from their silver hue to rust by getting in contact with nature. It’s iron that metamorphoses, returning to harmony with Mother Earth and interacting again with her.

One of the virtues of this place is the ability to convey a sense of peace, to instill vital energy.

In direct contact with the artworks, one can perceive the key concepts of Maestro Simon Benetton, such as spirituality, light and soul.