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With two other palace-museums located nearby, Musei di Strada Nuova - Palazzo Rosso dates to the 17th century, the brainchild of architect Pietro Antonio Corradi. Part of a World Heritage-listed cluster of museums in the center of Genoa, this important collection of masterpieces includes notable works by the likes of Van Dyck, Veronese, Reni, Durer, Strozzi, Preti, and others. You can visit this museum as part of a guided tour or on your own, then visit the other two notable galleries on this "museum-street," one of the most important such architectural and cultural landmarks in Italy. Put Musei di Strada Nuova - Palazzo Rosso into our Genoa online journey planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Genoa.
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Three palazzi on the one ticket - each more extravagant than the next. A tribute to Paganini includes his violin.
Three palazzi on the one ticket - each more extravagant than the next. A tribute to Paganini includes his violin. more »
This is possibly the best and most complete of Genoa's palaces, with the odd interesting quirk. The floors of religious art are a matter of personal preference but the Flemish paintings stand out...
This is possibly the best and most complete of Genoa's palaces, with the odd interesting quirk. The floors of religious art are a matter of personal preference but the Flemish paintings stand out... more »
9euros for ticket is very reasonable. I got my ticket from bookstore opposite. The museum was pretty empty. Lots of staff to point you in the right direction, as its easy to get a bit lost. Especially trying to leave! Stunning paintings on ceilings, great views of city. Lots to see, on many floors, I was surprised at how big the place was. There were several school parties, good to see it used with youth of today. Impressive museum. Lots of toilets on lower floors too.
The Red Palazzo was the most impressive on all fronts ftom the building, the rooms and what was on display. What was nice was how at different points there would be chairs in the rooms so you could sit back and admire what was there or simply to catch your breath again. The air conditioning could have been a bit better in large sections of the 3 buildings. It was a really hot and humid day so being in rooms with no breeze and limited air conditioning made it tough going at times.
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