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Museo delle Cere, Rome
(1.4/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web)
See wax representations of historical figures and Italian celebrities at Museo delle Cere. The cast includes writers, such as Giacomo Leopardi; artists, such as Leonardo Da Vinci; and Italian national soccer players like Francesco Totti. If you’re interested in how the models are made, visit the construction and renovation space inside the museum. Put Museo delle Cere and other Rome attractions into our Rome itinerary maker, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • a note from 9 euros for a visit that may not last more than 20 minutes: small and cramped, however a series of recent figures (Trump and Magoo) very similar
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  • Based on experiences from other wax museums, these wax models did not seem very realistic or lifelike. Most of the models did not even have hair, the hair was simply painted brown or gray. Rather expe...  more »
  • The idea of a wax museum in the Centre of Rome-piazza Venezia-practically is not farfetched: on the one hand, the shopping streets, the other the Fori imperiali and the Colosseum. There is definitely a good potential to be exploited. But Rome is a busy square, with everything there is to see, and it's challenging to be attractive. The Museum is small, you visit in twenty minutes. Many statues are a bit dirty, often in unlikely or unnatural poses, some combinations make you smile, the similarity in many cases must be walked into. It would be much better with some summary environments and maintaining investment decided characters. Nonetheless, the girls (teenagers) visiting snatched more than a few smiles and a lot of curiosity. It remains to solve also the problem cost-of-ticket, nine euros, which at the moment seems woefully inadequate.
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  • Too expensive for what it offers. The realistic figures are not many
  • Disappointing. High price (€ 9 per person) for what it offers. The number of statues is acceptable (about 50), the quality of many of them not. Incorrect proportions, little attention to detail, resemblance to the characters in many cases minimal. Some of the best statues are put on display and/or at the entrance to attract customers.
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  • What is Rome scarce and expensive? You see that in London for 3 adults and a guy asks on line 111 pounds and you will want to burn it down ... at least with 35 euro romano had bet you do. ..
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  • Frankly no, ask 9 euro for this small museum is abused. Then move your way there's plenty of other things to see in rome
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  • The Museum is small and lacks some prominent figures such as Renato Zero though I give 5 because what is there is well done, maybe it's not you levels of London though they tried and can always improve
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