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“Very interesting a great change from art galleries”
The Augustinian monastery complex of medieval origin (13th century) houses the museum with sculptures, Italian and Ligurian detached frescoes, and stone artefacts from the 10th to the 18th century. Alongside works by F. M. Schiaffino, Valerio...more
We visited on a rainy afternoon while in town. The Museo is easy to get to, right across from the metro station. The admission fee of 5 euro was also very reasonable. Once inside the space is clean and modern, and the pieces are well...More
Wonderful museum to stroll around, we almost had the place to ourselves. We were given a great guide in English with 25 best things to see in the museum and this worked very well for us. There is such a diverse mix of exhibits of...More
This very modern museum over several floors was built on the ruins of the old church and convent. There is still a newish church on the grounds, but it's the museum that's worth exploring. There's a vast, eclectic mix of exhibits in this very cool...More
Genoa has a long history and many of its older buildings have been destroyed or reconstructed. This museum is the place to go to get a view of medieval Genoa. Here they have fantastic pieces of old stonework and statuary together with some ancient frescoes....More
Having much enjoyed our first visit to this fine museum last year, we were looking forward to our return.
Unfortunately on this occasion so many of the works were missing, including their masterpiece by Pisano, the tomb of Margaret of Brabant, that our visit was...More
Located just a few steps from the Torre this gem of a museum in an old monastery was recommended by our guide. It houses a medieval collection that intertwines Art and history in a way that seems appropriate to Genoa
We purchased the 48 hour museum pass and so attempted to see as much as we could in our short stay in Genoa. Our visit to this museum was left a bit late, so we did not have as much time to devote to it...More
Not only does this museum have some extraordinary exhibits, the quality of the display is wonderful. The designer should be congratulated for the way the modern architecture with its steel and use of colour enhances the pieces on display. A great way to spend an...More
This is my third review of Sant'Agostino Musuem, so it's no secret that I really enjoy this museum, but for this review I have some very exciting news! The museum now offers a "60 Minutes in Museo di Sant'Agostino"; a self guided. English language, walking...More