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Museo Nazionale Preistorico Etnografico "Luigi Pigorini", Rome
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Il museo, insieme al Museo delle Arti e Tradizioni Popolari, e' un enorme spazio espositivo pieno di reperti di tutte le epoche e provenienti da tutte le parti del mondo. Gli spazi sono ben esposti e ... read more »The Museum, with the Museum of popular art and traditions, it is a huge exhibit space filled with exhibits from all periods and from all parts of the world. The spaces are well displayed and very rich. Ethnic collections, ancient finds, examples of folk traditions from around the world make travel really over time and not get tired. There might be some description plus, a brochure, a brochure, however the Museum is well laid out and appeals to the number of artifacts, sculptures and more. Also recommended for children.show original
Un museo dalle grandi potenzialità ma completamente inutilizzate. Trascurato e polveroso nella parte della preistoria cartelli esplicativi scoloriti e ingialliti. Video didattici inesistenti, interazi... read more »A museum with great potential but completely unused. Neglected and mouldering in prehistory explanatory signs discolored and yellowed. Non-existent instructional videos, interaction Needless to talk about it, just an awful cartoon incomprehensible and hurt. A little better the ethnographic part. A great sadness and disappointment overall.show original
Mi piange il cuore a dare una valutazione così bassa ma spero possa essere uno stimolo a migliorare la qualità della visita. Scegliamo questo museo per la domenica " al museo". Salutiamo non ricambiat... read more »Breaks my heart to give a rating so low but I hope it will be an incentive to improve the quality of your visit. We choose this Museum for Sundays "at the Museum." We salute not reciprocated the ladies at the ticket office, there is no indication or a brochure that explains at least where to start the path. Beautiful staircase leading to the upper level, on top of which lies the bust of Pigorini. Hot as hell, if outside there were 35 degrees, in as many if not more. It is very unfortunate to find a museum with great potential so uncared for. Dust in profusion throughout. Several shop Windows in the dark. We will have crossed maybe 5 people during our visit. I think since the days when I visited during the elementary schools hasn't changed anything. Little exploited captive works, everything is flattened and lacking attractiveness. If renewed in show, this museum could draw many visitors.show original
We were quite disappointed for a Prehistoric Museum as we were waiting a bit more of the animal side of the Prehistory. The ticket price was very accessible.
Not very big but with tematic sections from South A. Africa, Oceania and Prehistory.
No change, no credit card...
A TIs one of the "smaller museums" from which the ' Italy is rich, and although it may appear less rich compared with other Museum locations in Rome (just think of the Vatican Museum and Capitoline ones to name two), has its own attraction for archaeological finds from prehistoric times, of which Rome is rich although little valued (maybe for the immanent presence of testimonies of ancient Rome) in early 2016 is unfortunately up to hit the headlines for the presence of employees in default with respect to the tasks assigned to them. Recommendedshow original
Massimo LuttaziNice! Shame about the lack of care and non-existent advertising for a museum that deserves so much!show original
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