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Museo Tattile Statale Omero, Ancona
(4.6/5 based on 65 reviews on the web)
Museo Tattile Statale Omero is located in Ancona. To visit Museo Tattile Statale Omero on your holiday in Ancona, and find out what else Ancona has to offer, use our Ancona family vacation planner.
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  • Visiting Ancona, inform me about museums in the province and I find it over the internet. Unlike the usual museums "do not touch", here you have the chance to do it and it's really great. At the entrance is a small introduction (personally welcome) and we'll provide templates in order to concentrate more on touch than on vista. A real charmer. To visit
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  • The Homer tactile Museum as well as being one of the few tactile museums in the world, since he moved the headquarters to the new location of the Mole Vanvitelliana of Ancona has also purchased aesthetic value finding place in a magnificent setting of the 18th century
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  • This small, but special Museum located inside the Mole Vanvitelliana, to take two birds with one stone, is truly unique. First of all it is free, the staff is so nice and you have the opportunity not just to see, through the casts (from the originals) of the world's most famous works (eg. La Pieta, Moses etc) with a sense little used, especially in museums, that is the tact. All you can touch and explore including works of modern art, which exposes the originals (i.e. a De Chirico). I unfortunately don't have gone around blindfolded because I had little time, but I think it's absolutely worth it. A bit problematic parking. There is a supermarket across the street just before Porta Pia, but I would say it is rather used. Sin is really little noticed I think it's a great Museum even for those with children or for those who want to get a feel for how you can love a work of art even without being able to see
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  • Fantastic touch experience. You can touch famous sculptures completely bandaged. Suitable for adults and children.
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  • Great experience recommended for children.
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  • Accessible to anyone ... ever!
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