An innovative museum to discover the origin of Lecco and its territory. A lots of curiosities so close to us but with a old-century history.
The Archaeological Museum of Lecco is placed at Belgiojoso Palace and hosts all the evidences coming from the several archaeological sites located in Lecco’s territory.
All the collected material is displayed in different rooms as per the relevant belonging period: Paleolithic, Mesolithic, Neolithic, copper age, bronze age, iron age, roman age, high middle ages.
Several panels allow you to better discover Lecco’s history: the settlement of the Man of Neanderthal discovered in the town of Rovagnate, the many and perfectly conserved ceramic vases and flint tools belonging to the bronze age, evidences of the iron age relevant to Golasecca’s civilization.
Lecco’s history is strictly linked to iron thanks to its territory and the archeological museum host a room dedicated to iron and its manufacturing processes.
A museum that gives you the right and complete panorama of Lecco’s history.
Entrance to the garden of Palazzo Belgiojoso is free. The museum ticket allows you to visit the Natural History Museum and the Historical Museum here in, except the Planetarium.
Thanks to the cumulative ticket of the Museum System of Lecco, you can visit Villa Manzoni and Palazzo delle Paure too.
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Tuesday and Wednesday: 10 AM – 1PM
Special reduction: € 2
For booking and informations contact the number +39 335 5378189 (from 10 AM to 1 PM, Monday to Friday).
How to access and visit the museum
- You have to come with the confirmation of your reservation, either on paper or digital.
- It’s mandatory to wear a mask.
- Before entering the museum, your temperature will be measured using a thermo-scanner: entry will be allowed with a value lower than 37.5 ° (celsius).
- At the entrance, disinfect your hands using the sanitizing gel dispenser.
- Respect the safety rules indicated by the signs or by the staff.
- Always keep at least a meter and a half from you and other people (visitors and museum staff).
- An excessive presence of visitors (for each room) will not be allowed.
- Always follow the one-way visit routes indicated inside the museum.
Archaeological Museum of Lecco: where is it?
Indirizzo: Corso Matteotti, 32 – 23900 Lecco
Articolo aggiornato il 15 February 2021 da eccoLecco