Dolomythos, San Candido
(3.2/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web)
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  • Funny and curious, for children an interesting experience. We had a bit of trouble figuring out where you fit.
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  • First, in my opinion is not a museum but an exhibition of fossils and stone (actually even interesting) positioned without a readily identifiable pattern and without major explanations in a great souvenir. Who is not experienced as us remains bewildered and goes away without having understood anything. Skeletons of prehistoric animals there is one also interesting but without explanation. Here and there there are reproductions of dinosaurs to attract the attention of children which were it not for a play area where they can look for tiny minerals in the sand that can take away, it's deadly. To all this we must also pay? And so much? € 9 adults and 5 kids is a huge rip off. It should be free or cost 2/3 euro. What's more is inside a great souvenir, so people still spend money already. We went for the feast of the Immaculate Conception and the store was so crowded that only make tickets there is desired. In short it is a Museum, if you want to define that, without art nor part and dear. Shame because the idea of a Museum in the Dolomites wouldn't hurt, but this is to be avoided. Go rather to Bolzano South Tyrol Museum of archaeology, where there is the mummy of Ötzi to understand one another. That's a serious Museum with a capital M, where you can enter the field without being archaeologists and appassionarsici. 4-year-old son last year after that visit he spoke of Ötzi and that Museum for months. By this I don't think he will remain nothing.
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  • Congratulations a new Museum of fossils and minerals I must say that it is so interesting that we went 2 days in a row to visit it, you can learn a lot about the Dolomites, didn't you see that c's passion for nature, now I am convinced that this Museum will make history! See previous reviews I wonder why people come in the Dolomites and haven't a clue how they were born. Too bad
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  • The newly remodeled Museum offers a history of the Dolomites from the point of view of dinosaurs. Inside you can admire minerals and fossils of dinosaur and also a sort who has been given the name of the owner. A treasure hunt for small (and beyond). The gift shop is stocked. The staff were very friendly.
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  • Very nice souvenirs market stocked, good quality, in the basement there is also a museum on the fossils of dinosaurs in the Dolomites.
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  • The museum displays the history of the Dolomites between dinosaurs, minerals, fairy tales and geology! Especially fun for children a sandbox in which are hidden small stones and if lucky also fossils and small bottle with gold!
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  • Lovely and interesting to see what the passion of man can create, and what the right marketing can support. Sponsored, internally, more the Museum Congratulations
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  • Museum of the Dolomites pleasant that also offers a treasure hunt of semiprecious stones inside a tub full of gravel. Nice to see with a fully stocked souvenir
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