This brightly coloured house was built between 1876 and 1898 by American colonel J. C. MacKowen.
It surrounds the Aragonese Tower built by the people of Anacapri in the second half of the 14th century to defend their town.
MacKowen decorated it with numerous archaelogical finds, not all of which were original or found on the island.
The Casa Rossa hosts a permanent exhibition of paintings, portraying views of the island between the 19th and 20th centuries.

Casa Rossa

Gallery - Museum
Via G.Orlandi, 78
Anacapri
Tel. 081 8382193
www.comunedianacapri.it

"The Island depicted", a pictorial journey through Capri and Anacapri from the 19th to the 20th Century

Opening times:
10.30-15.30/18.00-20.00

Closed on Monday

Entrance
Euro 3,50
Reduced priced ticket for group (min. 15 pax): Euro 2,00