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The top 2 floors were shut so the prints that we especially wanted to see were not on display. We were the only visitors on a Saturday morning and lights only came on in the rooms a we walked past the sensors. It was also...More
I found my way to this museum (which isn't well signposted) on a hot June day. And was the only person apart from the staff in the museum. Compared to many Italian museums, I didn't feel particularly welcomed and there wasn't enough in the collection...More
Not easy to find, at the top of a wooded hill, with poor signage.
Very Spartan building with no lift to upper floors and no refreshments.
Desultory book stall.
Worst of all the best objects were not on show because the top levels were unmanned...More
My husband and I visited this museum in September 2014 and really enjoyed the park and museum. Like everything in Genoa it is set up for Italian visitors as the city is not a major tourist centre for non Italian visitors. I used the app...More
It takes real effort to climb to the site of this modern museum in a park overlooking Genoa.
The museum offers more steps to climb in a clever suite of levels.
Unfortunately the contents,chiefly Japanese are rather pedestrian.
Labeling is in Italian and often at...More
It's been a few years since I last visited Edoardo Chiossone museum and I'm sorry to say nothing has changed! It seems the curator has no interest in educating the visitors regarding this admittedly amazing collection of oriental art as the signage remains poor. What...More