The War Museum in Castel del Rio was established in 1978 by a voluntary association based in Castel del Rio which started collecting war material found in the Santerno Valley.
In Imola, the building opposite the Cathedral of San Cassiano once housed the offices and quarters of the high prelates of the town Curia; it was they who, from 1766 until the mid-19th century, embellished the rosso and verde apartments, the hall of honour and the portrait gallery.
The Imola Racetrack Checco Costa Museum is the exposition space in the evocative location of Enzo and Dino Ferrari Racetrack. The temporary exhibitions explore the Imola area excellences, ideas, emotions and technologies of this part of Romagna.
The museum is housed in the Baronial Palace, formerly the feudal residence of the Altemps. It was rebuilt after the war and restored in order to be used as a museum.
Housed in the Palazzo della Comunità, the former town hall, the Civic Museum hosts an extensive archaeological section (Bronze Age, Roman and Medieval). It also includes the 19th century Hospital Pharmacy, the workshop of the luthier A. Poggi and the A. Borgonzoni Art Gallery, home to over 100 paintings by the renowned Medicina-born artist.
The San Domenico Museum is located in the former Dominican convent of Imola, one of the most important buildings in the historic center. The museum offers visitors diversified exhibition itineraries, from the city's art collections to the surprising Giuseppe Scarabelli Museum.