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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  • You couldn't not visit a Location so interesting ... Just a stone's throw from the Basilica and an easy walk, the Museum really represents an important milestone for each tourist who will act in these parts of the Northeast Italian and eager to experience first hand the daily life of a thriving Roman city devoted to the trade and to the arts. The Museum collection-albeit in a simple and dated a Multistorey building-is divided into an interesting path, dotted with numerous artifacts found in the various excavations carried out over the years; in this regard, I would like to emphasize how the sculptural material exposed (big or small) is of great value, high expressivity and excellent condition. Very interesting-in my opinion-it is the exhibition area placed on the third floor of the building (the latter is currently closed for restoration and it's impossible to know what is stored inside), as can be seen in large and lit the funeral caskets/personal effects of the deceased (I would say high rank), which certainly paid attention to cost of purchasing precious rings ornamental stones and jewelry, cameos, earrings, of various kinds! Certainly, admiring this, you cannot fail to appreciate the refinement and taste of Roman women of that time! The icing on the cake, there is to point out that admission to the Museum it was "free" as the visit occurred on a day (first Sunday of the month) in which there was no charge the Tiket!! So: don't miss this visit. "precious"!!
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  • Early Christian Museum. Structured and well maintained. Maybe a little cramped at times. To see the mosaics.
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  • The same Museum in a television episode of Alberto Angela was interesting and full of history, when you are there though, despite the staff at the entrance was nice, along the Museum no one explains anything and written explanations to the base of the finds were not very efficient. ... to figure it out you should be reading one by one the many '' labels '' at the base of every exhibit sometimes interesting, sometimes boring and generic enough ... you know the contents of the Museum are steeped in history, but should be presented more effectively.
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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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