Argenta is a town and comune in the Province of Ferrara, Emilia–Romagna, north east Italy. It is located about 30 km southeast of Ferrara, and midway between Ferrara and Ravenna. Argenta is situated in a flat and agricultural region near the Comacchio lagoon wetlands. Much of the latter is today a wildlife sanctuary and Argenta is home of the Marsh Museum which offers many facilities for ornithology.
- Pieve di San Giorgio, a Palaeo-Christian church on the Reno River.
- Museum of the Valleys of Argenta
- Museo della Bonifica ("Museum of Land Reclamation")