The Diocesan Museum of Sacred Art of Pordenone is located in the historic center of the city at the Pastoral Activities Center. The Museum was founded in 1991 and officially opened in 1995. The Museum was created with the aim of preserving the sacred and devotional collection in various nuclei. The collection consists of frescoes and sinopias, paintings on wood and canvas, glass, wooden and stone sculptures, silverware, drawings and prints, liturgical vestments. The set-up foresees a double orientation: according to the subject and the destination. The museum has sought to enhance the artists of local origin by collecting paintings, furnishings, statues and various kinds of furnishings from the seventh century to the contemporary. Among the main artists present we find: Francesco Guardi, Nicola Grassi, Giovanni Martini, Pomponio Amalteo, Michelangelo Grigoletti and many others. Of great interest are the drawings, architectural models and bronzes which originally were in a state of total abandonment and today, thanks to the restoration, are in perfect condition.