Museo Archeologico e d'Arte della Maremma, Grosseto

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  • Museum in the city centre, easily accessible from the underground parking. Staff very helpful, ticketing clerk explained extensively the history of the Museum and the disposal of the exhibits on the different floors, making me a very interesting presentation on the history of the maremma. The first floor is entirely devoted to Roselle, well done, great staging, showcases well accessible and explanatory panels very clear. The question that I asked was if it wasn't better to create a museum right next to the ruins, to give a more complete picture, but I can imagine what could be the fix (and costs) for the creation from scratch of a museum space. Also in the upper floors the set up is great. I must say though that the exhibits are mostly fragments, more or less rebuilt, so there are no pieces of great importance but overall the effect is more than positive
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  • We visited the Museum this Thursday: full and fascinating museum that brings together in a very detailed and didactic evolution of the Etruscan culture. It's really worth dive in a detailed tour. For that, contrary to what they told us at the entrance to visit it with accuracy, it would take more than three hours, and not the two indicated by them. If you are interested in reading every single explanation of the path, not just half the morning. Us after three hours we were able to visit the first two floors, and we really missed completely the third. For this we asked for the courtesy to come back the next day, we were told they had to pay back the ticket. It would take more elasticity, especially for college students who come to museums, paying full price.
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  • Peace and quiet to study in detail the salt. On the ground floor there are Etruscan as in the first, but with more detailed subdivisions happily in my opinion better. At first a lot of material, with pieces that I would describe as lovely. The second displays of religious materials that links just as you'd expect.
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  • Interesting museum, has a lot of information about the etruscans from their area along with early roman people. The top floor has art, which makes this museum feel more like two in one building. The archeology is definitely the focus and the better of the two.
  • The museum was well laid out with interesting and insightful exhibits. All the information was in Italian and English.
  • Many antique Roman objects
  • The museum itself is interesting, the only problem is that nothing is written in English in there. If you're not able to understand Italian it's going to be really difficult to understand anything.
  • Museum full of artifacts. From prehistory to the Renaissance. Three floors set up with great care. Reconstructions and explanatory panels. Highly professional staff. A space for laboriatoriali activities for schools
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