Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Aquileia, Aquileia
(4.2/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Aquileia is located in Aquileia. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Aquileia and many more Aquileia attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Aquileia trip builder.
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  • One of the nicer ones and well taken care of Italy, rich in Roman ruins, statues, jewelry, vases, mosaics. Attention to every detail, sorted and packed with information, the Museum is also well prepared. Within the various rooms and various reliquaries containing jewelry, flasks, jars, etc, and outside the mosaics and the remains of Roman buildings. The staff is friendly, and you pay 7 euros.
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  • You can't visit the excavations of Aquileia without visiting the Museum. Spread over three floors offers a broad perspective is that more generally, Roman Organization. Worthy of reporting the numismatic collection well exposed and the mosaics exhibited in the courtyard where is an infinite collection of memorial stones and urns. Like all our national museums should be more valued.
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  • On a trip to Aquileia just to visit the Roman ruins, I was seeing the wealth of exhibits in this Museum among other things organized and with very friendly and helpful staff to exchange some opinion. The rooms are themed, are easily written with simple and understandable, mosaics, coins and statues are truly breathtaking.
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  • Sadly I didn't come here, YOU should though
  • Well maintained beautiful rooms, in the Centre of Aquileia, many remains of mosaic floors on the ground floor, large rooms on 3 floors
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  • Beautiful Museum, well prepared, easy to reach and also accessible to a disabled person in a wheelchair
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  • If you are a history buff's to visit. You can make a single ticket with the basilica.
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  • very nice place to visit for historical artifacts that are exposed and all free
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