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National Museum of Musical Instruments, Rome
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  • Visit this wonderful Museum in the first weekend of the month so a free ticket. At the entrance to the guy that was at the checkout there gave the audio guides (which we didn't know we could take) so after riding on the wide and high staircase and have begun the path and have wondered how they played instruments, noting the numbers next to some of them, asking the staff, we found that we could take the guides and so popped down to better deliver and the visit took a different sense. Very interesting, rooms full of old instruments, some of which we did not know if not in name and others were just strangers. I wondered who knows how many more treasures there are in restructuring and we hope to return as soon as our other rooms will be available again to the public.
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  • Since my wife and I are both musicians, we were interested to see this museum. After a long walk and trouble finding it, we discovered that half of it was closed for construction. The exhibits in the ...  more »
  • Yes, it's true, almost the entire area of the Museum is closed to the public for renovation, but it is also true that, open part contains invaluable tools, whose merits perhaps are interesting only for igli enthusiasts. The Museum also offers interesting guided tours occasionally with real experts in the field of musical instruments, and at the end of visits you can listen to concerts in the auditorium with complexes that often use the same tools on display, a real gem. I hope that in the future will be valued better.
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