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Mu.Ma – Istituzione Musei del Mare e della Navigazione
The Galata Museo del Mare, a museum of the Municipality of Genoa, forms part of the Istituzione Musei del Mare e della Navigazione. The Institution includes, along with the Galata Museo del Mare, another three major museums, united by a common thread, the sea, addressed in all its many aspects.
- The Museo Navale di Genova Pegli, maritime museum
- The Commenda di Prè, a point of historical reference for the whole of the Mediterranean
- The Castello d’Albertis, an attraction for whole of Europe and for people across the world
Associazione Promotori Musei del Mare e della Navigazione
The Associazione Promotori Musei del Mare e della Navigazione plays an extremely important role in promoting Genoa’s historical and cultural maritime heritage. The Association aims to contribute to the growth and development of the Galata Museo del Mare, through purchasing works of art, bequests of works of art, new exhibitions, restoration works and publications.
Costa Edutainment Spa
The Galata Museo del Mare is managed by Costa Edutainment SpA, a leader in Italy in managing sites and large public and private structures dedicated to recreational, cultural, educational activities and scientific research. Costa Edutainment in Liguria also manages the Acquario di Genova, La città dei bambini e dei ragazzi, the Bigo Panoramic Elevator, the Biosfera and tourism services for the Parco di Portofino.
Cooperativa Solidarietà e Lavoro
Solidarietà e Lavoro Società Cooperativa Sociale Onlus, is a service company active in Genoa and in Liguria since 1989. It is a company with a certified quality system with regard to managing cultural and tourism services and has the aim of promoting and professionally integrating those people who are considered to be vulnerable members of society. Solidarietà e Lavoro has worked with the MuMa Istituzione Musei del Mare since its establishment: in particular, since 2004, it has been present with various productive sectors at the Galata Museo del Mare and the Castello D’Albertis.