Donated to the Italian State by the Marches Spinola in 1958 who decided to allocate their age-old residence to public use, with all the heritage preserved in it.
The two noble floors, finely frescoed, boast a precious collection of paintings, sculptures and furnishings including works by Antoon Van Dyck, Giulio Cesare Procaccini, Luca Giordano and Bernardo Strozzi as well as precious consoles, refined mirrors, embroidered doors gold and silver and an outstanding example of nineteenth-century historical cuisine.
The last two floors of the building, heavily damaged by the bombardments of the last war, according to the Marquises, have become the headquarters of the National Gallery of Liguria, a space in which works acquired over the years by the State are exhibited with the aim of documenting the wealth of Ligurian painting and its extraordinary collecting story.
The dwelling is part of the "Palazzi dei Rolli" system and therefore, since 2006, it has been recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
MON 13:30 - 19:00
TUE 13:30 - 19:00
WED 13:30 - 19:00
THU 13:30 - 19:00
FRI 13:30 - 19:00