A unique Museum System, spread over seven enchanting islands, facing the Tuscan coast.
The Tuscan Archipelago Museum System is an exciting journey into the heart of the artistic and cultural history of an area of exceptional value.
Seven islands, twelve museums, exceptional archaeological areas, stories of miners and pirates intertwining in unique locations surrounded by the crystal clear sea.
The museum structures of the Tuscan archipelago offer historical and artistic experiences in all its forms: archaeological parks and museums, ancient fortresses, geo-mineralogical museums, modern and contemporary art collections, mines and collections of various kinds that testify to the rich variety of an archipelago inhabited and frequented since antiquity.
Not to be missed
The Roman oil lamp with a rodent mouse
terracotta - metà del I - II sec d.C.
Etruscan clay bronzes
Bronze - VIII - VII century B.C
The portrait of Raffaello Foresi
Oil on canvas - 1868-1872
Chryselephantine statuette of Pan and Dionysus
Ivory - Roman age
Granite altar from the period of Hadrian’s rule
Granito - II secolo d.C
The portrait of Pietro Gori
oil painting on canvas - 1875 (ca.) - 1899 (ca.)
The portrait of Mago Chiò
Tempera on wood - 1888 (?)
View of the Stella and Falcone Fortresses on the Island of Elba
Oil painting on canvas - XVIII century
black pottery - III century B.C.