The Museum of World Cultures in the D’Albertis Castle, the Villa Croce Contemporary Art Museum and the Edoardo Chiossone Museum

Genoa, as well as its sumptuous old palazzos, has splendid modern and contemporary works from all over the world.

The Museum of World Cultures is in the D’Albertis Castle, a remarkable panoramic point, in what was the abode of Captain D’Albertis. It contains colonial relics from every continent.

The Villa Croce Contemporary Art Museum contains over 3000 works of Italian and foreign abstract art as well as examples of contemporary Genoese and Ligurian art and Italian graphics from the later 20th century.
Finally, for lovers of oriental culture, the Edoardo Chiossone Museum has a rich collection of Japanese and Chinese art: paintings, prints, weapons and armours.