Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Venosa
(3.8/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
Museo Archeologico Nazionale is located in Venosa. Plan to visit Museo Archeologico Nazionale and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Venosa attractions using our Venosa trip itinerary planner.
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  • The castle in 1470 cylindrical towers houses the National Archaeological Museum which exhibits coins and materials of the area by the Romans in the middle ages. In and around a ruin listed as alleged tomb of Marcus Claudius Marcellus, Roman Consul fell in 208 BC.
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  • The castle is very nice and the Museum is very interesting but how all the archaeological area is free from care. The cases of the Museum also exhibits of animals who guard prestoirici bei are dusty, with plaques missing in some cases. I don't understand why the visits are entrusted to visitors while there are always two people in guardiola. You can not find anywhere the passionate making voluntary guide but the employees should be trained to do so.
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  • The Museum is located inside the castle of Venosa, very nice with lots of memorabilia and cordial people at reception. The visit to the castle is free to the Museum you pay if I am not mistaken 2.50 euro per person.
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  • Nice Museum full of artifacts and useful to understand a part of our history
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