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Musée de Paléontologie Humaine de Terra Amata, Nice
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Musée de Paléontologie Humaine de Terra Amata is located in Nice. For Musée de Paléontologie Humaine de Terra Amata and beyond, use our Nice vacation trip planner to get the most from your Nice vacation.
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Museo ben organizzato. Disponibili a dare informazioni e materiale. Organizzano visite guidate. Lo giudico un Museo interessante da vedere.Museum organized. Available to give information and material. Guided tours. I rate it a museum interesting to watch.show original
Comme je l ai dit ce musée est intéressant et d un bon niveau ont n y prend pas le visiteur pour un imbécile la récente rénovation n as pas changer grand chose (c'est un coup de blanc) ce musée reste ... read more »As I have said this museum is interesting and d a good level have n not take the visitor to a fool the recent renovation have not change much (it is an off white) this museum is still a smart values opening knowledge to the life of the first Nissartshow original
If you like history, archeology or anthropology, go and have a look.Very nicely explained and interesting even for children. Brings you back in time...400000 years ago.
It could be much better for sure. As there is no much potential for improvement a fair ticket price should be between EUR2 for kids and EUR5 for adults. Overall, Nice city's new (2015) pricing policy for all of its museums is not fair and it has to be reviewed. There might be a significant loss from EU's subsidies, but each museum should be evaluated separately. The cost of EUR10 doesn't correspond to 1 min walk throughout the Terra Amata museum. I did visit it because of its significance, but for that price I really should have visited any other museums instead. I hope to see some development in the city's pricing policy, as its really a pity.
Laurent BExciting discoveries, unfortunately so badly staged. The Museum has not changed since it opened in the 1970s, and is now terribly old-fashioned. If it was not free (ticket €5 would be totally reasonable), revenues it confer a budget set aside for a rehabilitation and upgrade...show original
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Stéphane RogerKids love. Totally.show original
Cedric TolosaWell for children, deserve a shot nine.show original
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