Archeological National Museum

The Museum preserves archaeological finds (I century BC-II AD), spared from the devastation of the Second World War or found during excavations in the territory.

The collection is composed mainly of sculptures, of high artistic level, dating mostly between the first century BC and the first century AD, the period of the greatest flowering of Formia.

These are virile and muliebri statues of honorary character, erected to illustrious members of the Formian society, patrons, magistrates, but also to characters of the imperial family found above all in the area of the ancient city forum.

Palazzo Comunale in Piazza Vittoria; Via Vitruvio.