Trip Planner:   Europe  /  San Marino  /  City of San Marino  /  Museo di Stato

Museo di Stato, City of San Marino

3.6
#2 of 12 in Museums in San Marino
Specialty Museum · Museum
Create an itinerary including Museo di Stato
From archaeological finds to 17th-century paintings, Museo di Stato showcases a collection of historical artifacts originating from 1865, many of which outline the history of the region. Featuring nearly 5,000 pieces donated from all over the world, the museum houses pottery, coins, jewelry, and other archaeological finds. Visit the first floor to see paintings and ceramics donated to the Republic over time. The second floor is dedicated to paintings and other artistic donations from the Middle Ages and 19th century. In the basement you'll find prehistoric materials from the Greek, Egyptian, and Roman empires. Add Museo di Stato and other attractions to your City of San Marino trip itinerary using our City of San Marino journey maker website.
Create a full itinerary - for free!

Museo di Stato reviews

Rate this attraction
TripAdvisor traveler rating
TripAdvisor traveler rating 4.0
239 reviews
Google
4.2
TripAdvisor
  • It's not a very big museum, but you'll find many interesting exhibits from the Neolithic era to finds from ancient Egypt, Etruscans and Romans to the Middle Ages. The ancient San Marino coins and... 
    It's not a very big museum, but you'll find many interesting exhibits from the Neolithic era to finds from ancient Egypt, Etruscans and Romans to the Middle Ages. The ancient San Marino coins and...  more »
  • This place was included in our shared ticket for the city... So we went. It has 5 floors of interesting objects from all ages. The toilets were very clean... 
    This place was included in our shared ticket for the city... So we went. It has 5 floors of interesting objects from all ages. The toilets were very clean...  more »
Google
  • The Museo di Stato has an interesting collection of ancient artifacts as well as religious paintings. However, it does not explain all too much about the rich Sanmarinese history. Only part of the descriptions in the permanent exhibition is available in english. The temporary exhibition was italian only. If you're into religious art this place is for you. If you're more interested in the history of San Marino maybe not so much.
  • This is a small but fascinating museum that is an essential stop for any visitor to this wonderful country. The staff was very welcoming and proactive in providing information and context in English on the incredible painting collection and exhibit. It was so appreciated and a highlight of my visit! Thank you!

Plan your trip to City of San Marino

  • Get a personalized trip
    A full day by day itinerary based on your preferences
  • Customize it
    Refine your trip. We'll find the
    best routes and schedules
  • Book it
    Choose from the best hotels and activities. Up to 50% off
  • Manage it
    Everything in one place. Everyone on the same page.