Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Ferrara
(4.7/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web)
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  • The rich collection of Greek ceramics. Evocative atmosphere. Interesting tactile bench where children can touch original exhibits. See also the garden adjoining rooms. In one there is a sixteenth-century painting of great value, in the other two pirogues. Should do the Myfe card.
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  • I was visiting the Archaeological Museum of Ferrara this afternoon. The exhibits are numerous, come from the necropolis of Spina and are very interesting. Provide a lot of information about the life he was leading. Useful explanations present in the halls, there are some multimedia spaces in the Museum to exhibit the book on tap. Beautiful Renaissance garden and room which houses two wooden pirogues, always coming from the excavations of plug. Should be valued much more like Museum, more signs to follow the path.
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  • Outstanding for the quality (and quantity) of the archaeological finds from the immense necropolis of Spina. Also of interest is the container, namely the so-called Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro.
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  • this place was fantastic. Really well done, marked and displayed. A gem. finds from Spina, Greco-Etruscan seaport and trading colony near Comacchino. Those frescoes in the ceiling of Sala del Tesoro are to die for, so beautiful. Gorgeous garden in back well kept; a tranquil respite. Deserves to be visited more
  • This fantastic Museum was dedicated to the ancient Etruscan town of Thorn, not far from Comacchio. This beautiful building is the result of the excavations made in the necropolis of Spina. At the top, you can admire the discovery of over 4000 graves and their objects inside (ranging from the sixth to the third century b.c.) that make it the most important collection of that time in the world. In fact in the tombs have been found numerous examples of attic pottery (Greek) since the Etruscans maintained numerous trade with the Greeks, of course there are also local products. The view is very wide and very well organized, with explanatory panels including multimedia. You will live a unique experience, in close contact with a civilization of more than 2000 years ago, discover how they lived, what they produced, as they wrote, who prayed and much more besides you can even touch objects dating from the 4th century BC a experience ever lived in any other Museum. Prices are 3 euros for children up to 25 years and 5 euros full price. Also not to be underestimated is the beautiful Palace where it guarded this Museum, the palazzo di Ludovico il moro is a pride for the city of ferrara. Not to forget the pirogues are also hidden a little lie down on your left. I recommend a visit.
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  • Very nice Setup, even richer than before, still feels the lack of a space shop and bookshop for a chance to buy the catalogue of the works or any other gadget as in any Museum, ome have rightly noticed even people who I accompanied here.
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  • Beautiful and interesting Museum, not to be missed!
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  • great! beautiful staging, not to be missed
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