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I visited the museum at about 17:45 on a Friday evening, I had the whole place to myself, not one other customer, granted it was dark so some of the outside areas were tricky to see but the eerie experience was really atmospheric. Lots of...More
The archaeological museum with its large collection of Roman artifacts, is built into the hillside overlooking the Roman theater. The building used to house a monastery, and one can still see visible remnants, such as a gorgeous cloister.
This museum lies in the building of former Jesuit Monastery in the picturesque location on the right bank of the Adige river. The entrance is from the embankment, where is also a ticket office, tickets costs 4,50 E. From the entrance you pass a few...More
We stumbled on this while visiting the Teatro Romano. I wish we had more time to spend here - it was a small but very interesting collection and helped me understand about the Verona area in the roman era. A bit of a hidden gem.
I have already written a review about this museum on the listing for the Teatro. If you enjoy statues, bronze work and other historic artefacts then this is the place for you. We found some parts very interesting and some others very boring. Being followed...More
Well worth the walk through town and across the river, the museum is built adjacent to the Roman amphitheater. The city was one of the northernmost outposts of the Roman Empire and the museum has a nice collection of antiquities from marble statuary and architectural...More
The alterations to the museum, many of which were concerned with ensuring its safety in case of an earthquake ( ironically, I write this a week after the tragedy of Pescara di Tronto ) started 3 years ago in June 2013 and the museum re-opened...More
Just re.openend after a long restoring, this open/indoor museum is simply one of the best thing to see in Verona! We were lucky to enter only for 1 euro (promo fare for the re-opening). We visited in a cloudy day, but view is fantastic, landascaping...More
as the museum had just re opened they are only charging 1 euro so can't go wrong with that price. the amphi-theater isn't much to see but the small museum has some nice artifacts. the views from the top are fantastic overlooking river and verona.