Parco Museo Minerario, Abbadia San Salvatore

4.5
#10 of 55 in Museums in Province of Siena
Specialty Museum Museum
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  • This museum is operated in such a way as to create a learning environment and interest in everyone who sees it. This was a stop my husband wanted to make but I didn't think it would have much to offer...  more »
  • So the deal is that you get to go on a four hour tour of a working mine. The only catch is that need to plan on the four hours in advance AND need to bring warm clothes with you. It can be 38 degrees ...  more »
  • We didn't see the mining museum, but it's possible to rent mountain bikes at the museum for 9 €/day. From the museum to the top of Mount Amiata you can choose between normal road (about 8 km) or sever...  more »
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  • We were visiting this museum that I regret not having it could see everything because, for bureaucratic problems, Italian stuff that don't work and that we should avoid, the keepers may not show, visitors, all exhibits that open the doors to what has been a way of life and a culture of those areas. Despite this, the party, owns a stupendous that, however, is nothing compared to the guide that accompanies with trenino and I thank them publicly. This gentleman, who worked inside the mine in recent years as a laboratory technician, has left us with a comprehensive competence and endless passion well over what any multimedia or exhibit could give us. The whole group has struck up with him an open discussion beautiful I wish it never ended. I extend to him and to all employees a profound wish for the institutions where the entire building so that visitors can be introduced, as I was, in the world of mining, that despite the economic assessments, I now understand, were to be counted among our excellence
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  • 1. costs 10 euro 8 adults 2 children. Required book hard to find the number 3. Multimedia Museum on the life of miners 4. Location themes on track 5 old coin. A the time visit 6. High costs in relation to the tender but it is worth visiting
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  • A modern museum to understand the past and reflect on the exploitation of the soil and the rights of workers. The exhibition spaces have been expanded and reequipped just over a month ago. The visit includes a path on the train in the underground passages and the explanation of life in mine by experienced guides. My guides were Fernando, who has personally lived the last years of the mine, mining and Dario, a young man who told us how was the work of the miner. The halls are filled with important historical documents, such as video or audio interviews of miners. The Museum's Education Department offers courses dedicated to schools. Very recommended.
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  • A fascinating journey into the past of a whole community, peppered with lots of scientific technical information! Nice
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  • A pleasant and charming. The very experienced and competent Guide. It must be publicized more.
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