Libya National Museum houses one of the finest collection of classical art in the Mediterranean. It consultation with UNESCO, it’s extremely well built, designed, and the 47 galleries, and 4 floors, providing a comprehensive overview of all the periods of Libyan history. From the Neolithic period right up to the present day. The museum can either be a rapid run-through or a pleasurable trip. The floor level of this museum displays a swift voyage through numerous periods. One can notice the chronological events from 300,000 years ago up till now. This museum possesses beautiful rock sculptures and earthen wares up to 1000 years old and these sculptures belong to primitive time.
The Roman gallery of this museum is perhaps one of the most interesting galleries. This gallery is subjugated by stupendous status and much of the material of this site has been taken from Leptis Magna. The first floor of this museum represents the conversion from Romans through Christianity. The second floor of this museum displays Islamic ethnicity and third floor is also prominent for some reasons. The third floor of this museum is quite distinguished for showing daily chores. The fourth floor of this museum is illustrious for displaying Libyan chronology. The last 9 galleries of this museum are committed to natural history and show the indescribable animal life of Libya.