There are Etruscan and Roman remains from the VIII cent. BC to the V cent. AD

WherePortoferraio - Calata Buccari
How to get thereWalk along the Medicean basin until you get to the Linguella Tower. Go through the gate and the entrance to the museum is on your left.
Phone numberstel. 0565 944024 (Cosimo de' Medici)
Prices4 euros / 3 euros reduced
Portoferraio Card An all inclusive ticket of 10,00 euros allows you into the following cultural places in Portoferraio: Linguella Museum, Fortress and Forte Falcone, Vigilanti Theatre and Roman Villa in Le Grotte
Opening hours 2017From June 13 to September 13:
09.30-13.30 / 17.30-24.00
From April 2 to June 12 and from September 14 to November 2:
10.00-13.00 / 15.30-19.10

Opened in 1988, the Museum of Archeology is in the old salt store rooms of the Linguella Medicean Fortresses. Catalogued topographically, you can see Etruscan and Roman remains from all of the Tuscan Archipelago that go from the VIII century BC to the V century AD, clear evidence of the importance of Elba and the other islands in Mediterranean sea commerce.

Remains like amphoras, vases, arms and instruments from shipwrecks, offshore fortresses, necropolis and pleasure villas, tell us of a century old culture that is explained in detail on the educational illustration panels all over the museum.

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Museo Archeologico della Linguella

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