A collection of archaeological and artistic records linked to the history of San Marino
Where is the State Museum?
The State Museum is located in Palazzo Pergami Belluzzi in Piazzetta del Titano, the Republic of San Marino’s main square.
What is kept in the State Museum?
The museum holds about 5000 pieces of archaeological, artistic and numismatic interest. Many of these originate in San Marino itself and document its history.
The wealth of this collection also derives from numerous donations from all over the world. Primarily from the Italian Count Luigi Cibrario who donated his antiquarian book collection.
After the Italian Count many other donors added volumes to the government Library.
Exhibits are organised on four floors:
- ground floor: Archaeology of the Territory
- first floor: Republican Art
- second floor: Art donations
- first basement floor: Archaeological Donations and Numismatics - San Marino Medals
The second basement floor holds temporary exhibitions and conferences.
Information on National Museums Tickets
The National Museums include: First Tower, Second Tower, Public Palace, State Museum, St Francis Museum, National Gallery, Museum of Stamps and Money (next opening) during opening hours to the public. Times may vary, even without notice. It is recommended to contact the Cultural Institutes to check the opening hours.
• children and teenagers aged 6-18
• university students showing their card
• adult senior aged over 65
• organized school groups
• organized groups of more than 25 people
The Cultural Institutes may verify the requirements for the reduction.
• children under 6
• disabled visitors and their accompanying carers
• ICOM members showing their card
• journalists showing their card
• San Marino citizens and residents with ID
• San Marino University students showing their card