Museo di Palazzo Reale

Liguria has returned to the "orange zone" from February 14. 
Therefore, as part of the measures to combat the covid-19 outbreak, the Museums and places of culture remain closed, and the exhibitions in these places are suspended, until further notice.


Preserved in this sumptuous 17th-century palace are both works of art and everyday objects that once belonged to the noble families (Balbi, Durazzo, and Savoy) who lived here from the 17th to the 19th centuries. The rooms play host to a rich collection of paintings, including works by many Italian and foreign artists (Van Dyck, Tintoretto, Strozzi), as well as those of the Genoese school (Piola, il Grechetto, Schiaffino) and sculptures by Filippo Parodi. Of particular note is the collection of Genoese furniture from the 17th and 18th centuries.

For information on prices and schedules, please visit the organisation's website.

Useful information

Tel: +39 0102710236
In treno: Stazione Piazza Principe, 5 min. a piedi In autobus: fermate Balbi 1 / Università - Zecca/Carmine o Nunziata

Opening days and hours:
Assisted access, the facility presents one or more physical obstacles which require the assistance of the personnelNo pets allowedFree admission with the City Card MuseiGenoa for kids