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Museo delle Navi, Nemi

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  • Compare to history museums in rome this museum is a bit empty, but We had a nice experience with our young children ages 9 and 6 years old. We told them the history of caligula, his ships and the muse...  more »
  • Come to this museum to enjoy a magnificent building (Italian Racionalist style of early 1930s) and incredible story behind the Calligula ships recovered from Nemi lake in 1939s. Unfortunately the ship...  more »
  • It was amazing reading the story of these 2 enormous ships from Roman times and how they were pull out of the water. Unfortunately they burnt. Trip is worthwhile.  more »
  • Very interesting museum, wish they had more stuff to see but very worth going!
  • No authors of ancient Rome has never spoken of the ships. He supposed the existence because, in the Middle Ages, it happened that, from time to time, were caught some archaeological finds...
  • The ships actually burned 70 years ago and there is not much left. This is only a memorial for what the old museum once was.
  • Small museum but a lot of cool stuff, Etruscan pottery and art, shells of roman ships. Nemi I believe was the lake Mussolini drained to get the ships sank by emperor Caligula. Not sure if the ones on display are they but it was still cool.
  • Locals were great, arrived without Euros and the made an exception to let us in, great museum, always wantes to see the ships!