The Museum of Marble: it is home to the city’s history, where the culture of marble is preserved and promoted not only through its rich permanent collection, but also with conferences, temporary exhibitions and sculpture symposiums.
Archaelogical Area of Massarosa: Massaciuccoli Romana is a splendid archeological area on the banks of Lake Massaciuccoli and includes the villa, the building with the mosaic and the museum.
Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art: one of the most interesting exhibition centers worldwide thanks to a rich permanent collection with more than 3,000 works of art coming mostly from private donations, in 1,600 square metres of exhibition space.
Carnival Museum: visitors can learn about the history of Viareggio Carnival, one of the most famous in Europe. They can also study the techniques used to make the enormous papier-mâché carnival floats.
Villa Puccini Museum: an interesting example of how the architecture and the concept of the "villa" itself was completely transformed in the period of Art Nouveau. This house belonged to the famous musician and composer Giacomo Puccini, and now hosts the Villa Puccini Museum.
The Baratti and Populonia Archaeological Park extends between the Piombino promontory and the Gulf of Baratti, where Populonia was once located, a unique Etruscan city founded on the coast. Connected to it there's The Populonia Archaeological Museum that illustrates the history of Populonia from prehistory to the modern age, passing through the Etruscan and Roman periods. Visit also the Museum of the Castle and Medieval Ceramics and The Gasparri Etruscan Museum. The first showcases over 600 pieces of medieval ceramics, dating to the 13th century, and the latter keeps a range of relics taken from the necropolis and the surrounding seaside. It is the oldest museum of the town.
Civic Archaeology Museum: visitors to the museum can trace the history of a vast area that stretches from the Livorno hills to the upper Cecina Valley. Emphasis is on man’s connection with his environment, economic activities (agriculture, livestock, forestry, hunting, fishing, stone masonry, ceramics and trade) and the local Roman villas and farms
Archaelogical Mines Park: in the heart of the Val di Cornia, the San Silvestro Archaeological Mines Park covers 450 hectares and contains unique examples of the mining and metallurgical cycle, from the Etruscan era to the present day. The routes for visiting encompass museums, mining tunnels, a Medieval village of miners and foundrymen founded around one thousand years ago (Rocca San Silvestro).
Civic Archaeological Museum: there you can see many fascinating archeological artifacts found on Elba Island. It includes a prehistoric section, an Etruscan section, an area dedicated to the documentation of the local use of granite and a section about the shipwrecks in the Procchio bay.