Guinigi Villa

Local nameMuseo Nazionale di Villa Guinigi
LocationLucca, Italy

The Museo Nazionale di Villa Guinigi is the main art museum hosting the pre-modern art collections owned by the city of Lucca, Italy.

The museum is located in a refurbished villa on Via della Quarquonia, completed in 1418 for Paolo Guinigi, ruler of Lucca until 1430. After his death, the building was confiscated by the republic, and it has served various purposes over the years. Only in 1924 was it selected to house the art collection, which until then was housed in the Palazzo Pubblico. In 1948 it was donated to the Italian state, which carried out a more organized preservation campaign and at the same time rearranged the collection, subsequently distributing it between this villa and the Palazzo Mansi.

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More information and contact


Official Website



Phone +39 0583 496033

Address Via della Quarquonia, 55100 Lucca, Italy

Coordinates 43°50'41.937" N 10°30'44.436" E

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