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Planetario e Museo Astronomico, Rome
(2.1/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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  • The real Planetarium, the Eur is closed now for over 2 years and I don't know if there will be hopes that reopen ... and what remains moved to Villa Torlonia at Technotown ... but how sad, an inflatable structure that calling her Planetarium takes a lot of courage. ... the kids have fun at all, to do their best but ... I remain convinced that a bit noisy at as Roma deserve much more ... give us a planetarium!!!
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  • Planetarium in Rome is far from the center of the quarter Eur, there's a lot of interesting things, and if you get out there, or even stopped in the area, it can be something to look into the Planetarium (though he in the summer of 2016 to repair). When the Planetarium and Museum is located. He is a small, rather as a supplement to that performance. You can visit in the Planetarium. What I remember is the story about the planets of the solar system: there is a photo, description and the most Terrific scale! It is possible to "weigh in" on each planet and pick "their":))) I remember, I weighed 4 kg on Pluto and "pulls" on a couple of kilograms on Jupiter. It was fun and entertaining:)
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  • On the hill there are Mario Astronomical Observatory, and it houses a Museum of Astronomy and Copernicus. With the Moscow Planetarium is not any comparison. Would itself did not go, but my husband was wondering on the map of Roma Pass free admission. The Museum features a variety of observational astronomy instruments: sextants, telescopes, binoculars, astrolabes, and terrestrial and celestial globes. Compared to art museums-I was sorry spent time. And here's my husband liked it.
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  • Recommended to spend time doing something different, the shows are long and interesting and it is awesome to lie back watching the stars and learning things about the universe. Also they change according to season or depending on recent discoveries and phenomena, aiming to bring such new knowledge to the public
  • It's closed. E chiuso
  • Closed with police?
  • THE TIMES ARE WRONG!!! The Museum is closed for at least 3 years. put hours in case as happened to other museums! If you you informed through the official websites would be better instead of giving wrong information but mainly invented out of whole cloth. create a detriment to those who directly manages this Museum, in this case the city of Rome. I suggest you double-check all listings for museums and archaeological areas. Thank you
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  • Deserves 5 stars if only it were open but is now closed for years for not specified work, and no one knows whether and when it will open to the public. Scandalous management of museums in the municipality. I will edit the assessment when reopen the Museum
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