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Museo della Miniera, Massa Marittima
(2.5/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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  • Unfortunately we did not get to visit the mine. We showed up with 3 kids (10 years, 8 years and 1 year) with everything you need for your visit (boots and sweaters). Asking for information at the entrance we were told that the visit would have been boring for the kids, there was discouraged especially there was presented a map of the area: ' there are so many other things to see in town '. Bailey! Leaving aside the fact that we came from Milan just for geological/naturalistic visits etc etc and leaving aside the fact that not all children get bored after 4 steps (but this would be better to let him evaluate parents themselves, we made dozens of visits to mine, with and without guide ...) we will follow the advice and do more ... Big disappointment, especially for treatment received! PS. of course we were equipped to carry the 1 year old daughter on his shoulders, in a backpack designed for the transportation of children ...
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  • The Museum is a reconstruction, although well done and taken care of. The Guide led us through the various rooms in a somewhat too hasty even competently. To see but not too much, you can find good alternatives. Some little spot
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  • Is like stepping into the past, you don't want it to end ever. Hopefully one day can put up new routes to fall even lower. Like all attractions in this area the entrance is paltry and the visit is also suitable for children. Excellent staff, very friendly and especially prepared, a sort of Encyclopaedia with legs. The sore point are the days and hours of operation, the municipality could maybe do more. I hope that in high season there are more days to do this wonderful visit
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