Another prominent Genovese family, the Spinolas, donated their palace and magnificent art collection to the city only recently, in 1958. One of the pleasures of viewing these works is seeing them amid the frescoed splendor in which the city’s merchant/banking families once lived. As in Genoa’s other art collections, you will find masterworks that range far beyond native artists like Strozzi, da Messina, Reni, Giordano, and De Ferrari, plus van Dyck and other painters of the Dutch and Flemish schools, whom Genoa’s wealthy were so fond of importing to paint their portraits.
Galleria Nazionale di Palazzo Spinola
Piazza Pellicceria 1
Our Rating Hours Tues–Sat 8:30am–7:30pm; Sun 1:30–7:30pm Transportation Bus: 1, 3, 7, 8, 18, 20, or 34 Phone 010-270-5300 Prices Admission 4€ adults, 2€ for ages 18–25, free for those under 18 or 65 and over, or pay 12€ for a Card Musei cumulative ticket (see box below)
MapPiazza Pellicceria 1 Genoa
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