Livorno's only public art gallery is well worth a visit, and not only because of the works of art it contains.
The handsome 18th-century Villa Henderson in Via Roma takes its name from the Scottish Henderson family who bou
Established in 1992, the Jewish museum of Livorno is situated in the Marini Oratory in Via Micali. It contains a permanent exhibition about the Jewish School of Livorno in 1938, as well as antique furnishings from the old 17th-century synagogue (destroyed during World War II) which used to be the most important synagogue in the Mediterranean area. The exhibits include a noteworthy wooden oriental-style hekhàl, liturgical objects from various countries, works of embroidery and coral items.