Museo Archeologico Paolo Giovio
Como from Prehistory to the Middle Ages
The Archeological Museum of Como is located in the remarkable Palazzo Giovio, in the pedestrian area, and it displays the history of Como, from Prehistory to the Middle Ages. The Museum itinerary is always up-to-date, showing new archeological finds in the area.
Furthermore, in the Museum you find a Collectibles section with Egyptian, Greek, and Magna Grecia finds, bronze statuettes and gems.
Piazza Medaglie d’Oro 1, Como
Phone: +39 031 252550
Tuesday to Sunday: 10am to 6pm
Closed on Mondays
Closed January 1st, Easter Sunday, November 1st, December 25th e 26th
Open on Easter Monday, December 24th and December 31st
Adults: 4 €
Three-day Museums Pass: 10 €. With this ticket, visitors can access all four Municipal Museums: Museo Giovio, Museo Garibaldi, Tempio Voltiano, Pinacoteca. This ticket can only be purchased with a credit or debit card and not with cash.
The beautiful palazzo hosting the MuseumVai all'articolo
Prehistory and Protohistory
What happened in the Como area in Pre-history timesVai all'articolo
Materials from the Roman period in ComoVai all'articolo
Tombstones and other significant scuplturesVai all'articolo
From Greek vases to an Egyptian sarcophagusVai all'articolo
Find out more about how to consult the archives of the Como MuseumsVai all'articolo
Museum library and archivesVai all'articolo
Museums Activities with children, adults and schoolsVai all'articolo