The Palazzo Bianco (the White Palace) is a palace in the center of the Italian city of Genoa, which, together with Via Balbi and Via Cairoli, forms Strade Nuove. The aristocratic palaces on the Strade Nuove (New Roads), including the Palazzo Bianco, are the core of the Palazzi dei Rolli. Palazzo Bianco is an important art gallery in Genoa, and with the neighboring Palazzo Rosso and Palazzo Doria Tursi it forms a museum agglomerate in the old town. The art gallery offers a panorama of European paintings from the period between the 12th and 17th centuries, with a focus on Genoese, Flemish, French and Spanish artists.
Art & Design History & Anthropology
SUMMER TIME (March 26 - October 6)
Tuesday to Friday: 9-19
Saturday and Sunday: 10-19.30
WINTER TIME (from 8 October)
Tuesday to Friday: 9-18.30
Saturday and Sunday: 9.30am-6.30pm
|EU citizen (0-18)||Free|
|EU citizen (65+)||€7.00|
Via Garibaldi 11, Genoa
No exhibitions in Palazzo Bianco have been found.