Discover the history of the sea
This is the largest and most innovative maritime museum of the Mediterranean Sea and it includes a full-scale Genoese galley (33 meters long) of the 17th century and a brigantine-schooner of the 19th century.
The Museum also displays 6000 original objects in its 23 rooms, enabling you to completely immerse yourself in the history of sea navigation.
The exhibition goes on with the voyages of Italian emigrants on board of steamships heading towards North America, Brazil and Argentina. There is also a part dedicated to contemporary migration movements.
The museum is managed by Costa Edutainment and it belongs to the Municipality of Genoa, which handles and supervises the artistic, scientific and cultural direction through the Mu.MA – Istituzione Musei del Mare e delle Migrazioni (Institution for Maritime Museums and Migration).
Not only Aquarium
Bigo Panoramic Lift
The panoramic lift 40 meters above te sea, offering a spectacular 360-degree view of the city of Genoa.
PLEASE NOTE: On Thursday, July 25, due to the high temperatures expected, Bigo panoramic lift will remain closed. We apologize for the inconvenience.
A "drop" of steel and glass suspended over the sea, which hosts vegetable and animal species coming from tropical forests threatened by human exploitation. You will be able to view them from close, admire their fragile beauty and understand how their survival also depends on you.
Acquario di Genova
Acquario di Genova, which has been expanded by adding the internal section "Tropical Garden – Un Battito d’Ali” (Wings flapping), has the most extensive range of aquatic biodiversity in Europe in terms of number of tanks and hosted species.
Every year, new areas and new species coming from endangered environments wait for visitors to experience time and again both emotional and educational moments.