Ligurian Archaeological Museum

The Ligurian Archaeological Museum is involved in important works of plant and structural adjustment that require a period of closure. 

This museum, located in Villa Pallavicino in Pegli,  is home to the most extensive exhibition of regional archaeology, covering the prehistory and protohistory of Liguria; the Palaeolithic tombs of the caves of Arene Candide; an abundance of artefacts from Genoa's pre-Roman necropolises; excavations of the towns of Roman Liguria; Prince Oddone of Savoy's collection of Greek and Roman antiquities, and two rooms dedicated to the Egyptian collection and to Roman marble.

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


From 6th August, in compliance with the latest ministerial provisions (DL 105/2021), access to the museum will be only possible with EU Digital Covid certiticate (Green Pass) to be shown to the staff at the museum entry.


Useful information

Tel: +39 0106981048
Navebus: Pegli In treno: Stazione di Genova - Pegli In autobus: fermata Pegli / Pallavicini
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