Museo del Bali, Saltara

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  • Had a blast. Highly trained boys accompany you in the experiment. My 7 year old daughter has enjoyed the visit especially the Planetarium and the tunnel. In summer we return to the Observatory is open in the evening. very nice.
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  • We went there on a Saturday afternoon in November, and for us it was a pleasant surprise and our 6 year old enjoyed it tremendously. Nice and informative the Planetarium and interesting the various locations within the Museum. One way to introduce children to science so playful and fun. Well maintained and clean. Should perhaps be better advertised.
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  • But how do you achieve such a thing. Each room with at least one or two so broken. Explanations made TERRIBLE, contradicting all the knowledge of communication science. Staff who knew little or no explanation. GIO from the parking lot, which no one knows where he is, one understands the sloppiness of the place. a museum just to grab some public financing, not to attract customers, tops for 4-5 hours at school so much not to star in the classroom. absolutely not recommended a waste of time. better to go. abroad in any Science Museum and you will see significant differences.
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  • The Museo del Balì, opened on 16 May 2004, is housed in an ancient and majestic villa in the town of Saltara, about 15 km from Fano. Restored at the opening of the Museum, the Villa del Balì rises on a hill which covers a wide range, from the Valley of Metauro to the Adriatic Sea in the distance. The history of the building's history is long and articulate. In this place was built in antiquity a temple dedicated to the God Mars. Over time easy was the passage from Mars to Martino: historical records speak of a chapel dedicated to San Martino already in 1165. The BISHOP in the late 14th century ASTRONOMER John Philip Nader, Bishop of Sarsina, restored the building that entered so in the sphere of his family to remain there until the 18th century. The most important character to this place was definitely Vincenzo Nader, Bishop of Arbe and Dalmatia, clergyman of great authority and culture (he was present at the Councils of Rome and Trento) and expert in astronomy. Right to observe the stars from its four towers, built specifically for the purpose and now disappeared, the Nader retired to the Villa of St. Martin until his death of 1573. The arrival of the BAILIFF In 1677 the Villa passed to the family Macha that provided to embellish it and destined to "pleasant autumn holiday". In this expansion you have the current appearance of the building with the elegant staircase with two flights of the main entrance. For the assiduous presence of count Gian Gastone Marcolini, Grand bailiff of the order of Saint Stephen, the building soon took the name of Villa of the Bailiff. It is due to him complete a crypt beneath the lawn in front of the villa. The crypt is composed of four crosses of Lorraine, arranged to form four angles. At the bottom there is an apse with a barrel ceiling on which stands a huge red and white painted cross. At the center of the floor is a pit blind. The entire hotel was used for initiations of the knightly order of the Macha was part. Today the crypt is condemned and closed to the public.
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  • A wonderful interactive museum where the smaller (but large) can really "touch" science. Divided into various topics, offers a journey through fun experiments and educational. Among the various activities you can visit the Planetarium and Astronomical Observatory whenever possible. In the summer also features a beautiful outdoor space where often organize very interesting events.
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  • This beautiful and fascinating museum with lots of stories and games for older children to understand the science at all. To see the stars with his telescope. Are two bars where you can eat delicious tortillas.
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  • Very nice Museum for children, at the entrance, in fact it says "forbidden not to touch" 😁. The stations are well done and interesting, very nice also the Observatory's Planetarium, a lot of fun playing enigma who invented to make an adventurous visit. The location is spectacular: a large villa in the hills with a beautiful view on the Adriatic coast. The staff is very young and friendly, with a very friendly. I highly recommend a visit to anyone who was in the area with children/teenagers, will enjoy a "playful" side of science.
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  • Path with interactive experiments very interesting DIY (unfortunately some are not working or in maintenance); interesting the Planetarium and very good the boy giving explanations; exciting observing the planets and the Moon Observatory, at least for those in her first time. Duration: 2 hours minimum for the path, 45 minutes to the Planetarium, variable for the Observatory. So you don't miss anything about the interactive path (non guided) recommend that you look at the map; in particular I recommend the "vortex tunnel" to those who have problems with nausea: very exciting! Inside the main building there is a bar. Rates: €10 adults, with discount to €8 (i.e. Coop).
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