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Antiquarium Arborense

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Piazza Corrias, 09170, Oristano, Sardinia Italy
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James G wrote a review May 2018
Vermont6 contributions1 helpful vote
My wife and I spent an interesting two hours in the museum and got a nice overview of the history of Oristano. This, plus an hour or two at Tharros, is definitely worth while for anyone with an interest in the fascinating history of this area. Also, we definitely recommend signing up in advance for a tour of Oristano' historic center. The museum's web page gives an email address to do this. The cost is nominal and the information is well worth the time and effort. You'll enjoy it.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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mikezhivago wrote a review Sep 2017
Manchester, United Kingdom1 396 contributions217 helpful votes
This museum is a little tucked away and the proper entrance ( through an archway ) is poorly signposted , as we walked past it and went in via a rear entrance that looked like the main entrance ( they still let us in 🙂) . Once in , we were guided to a video of the history of the museum and it's artefacts ( Italian with English subtitles) . There are a couple of floors in the museum and it is packed with mainly items from Tharros and a model of how it looked in Roman times ( can't really see the point of going to Tharros as all the items have been moved to here and one or two other museums on Sardinia). There is a good touchy-feely section where you can handle reproduction items. Overall we were in there around 1 1/2 hours and in nice cool air conditioned rooms too on a hot day .
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Jurazur wrote a review Jul 2017
Monaco-Ville, Monaco104 contributions9 helpful votes
The Antiquarium is a tribute to archeological research in the Mediterranean. An introduction movie shows the history from researches in Mycene to Tharros. The museum is not really big and shows a lot of pottery and some sculptures from Tharros. But the model of that city in the Roman age is quite interesting, like the one room of the pinacoteca with a model of the old Oristano in the middle ages.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Response from pinnafrancesc, Responsabile relazioni con la clientela at Antiquarium Arborense
Responded 09 Jul 2017
Dear sir, thank you very much for your review, we are glad you appreciate our little but interesting museum. Best regards, Francesca
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Mark M wrote a review May 2017
Eden Prairie, Minnesota141 contributions43 helpful votes
This was an excellent museum. They had most all of the displays spelled out in English and the information on Tharros was a great help when we visited the site. The bronze artifacts with the great detail are beautiful. Also, the mask of the smiling man was a favorite of mine.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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TukoPomojaAustralia wrote a review Jun 2016
Sydney, Australia484 contributions214 helpful votes
One of many excellent small museums that we found on Sardinia. Great building and terrifically curated. Nice staff. You can arrange a free 2 hr walking tour for the price of admission but we missed out because it was Sunday and there was only us.
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Date of experience: May 2016
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