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Palazzo Borromeo Isola Bella, Italy
Of course those living here were exceptionally wealthy, the place is sumptuous and the collections they owned (well, they own as the family is still proprietary of the Palace) are worth of any National Museum.
Wonderful museum/ palace with lovely gardens.
The large open air museum invites you to see how the life in the Alpine South Tyrolean countryside once was, but they have more to offer than most of the places of this kind.
Il Vittoriale degli Italiani Gardone Riviera, Italy
You have a choice of 3 tickets prices, one for the gardens and one museum, one for the gardens and 2 museums, or one for the house, gardens and both museums.
A very eclectic museum with something for all the family from gun boats and battle ships to incongruous plastic armchairs in gardens, a mausoleum guarded by dogs and a amphitheater with the most exquisite view it...
Villa Carlotta Tremezzina, Italy
For 10 euro you can spend a delightful few hours exploring the gardens and museums.
Villa Carlotta is a unique place where you can find beauty in all forms: from the gardens (that change in any season), to the palace and it's museum, to the breathtaking view on the amazing Como Lake and the mount...
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Museo Canova Possagno, Italy
This is an excellent museum of the plaster casts underlying Canova's masterpieces that are dispersed throughout the museums of Europe.
It is a museum in the best Italian tradition, a bit chaotic, uneven surfaces, very friendly staff and this superb collection from one of the greatest sculptors of all time Just across the street is a pastry shop w...
Accademia Carrara Bergamo, Italy
The audio guide gives you information on individual paintings as other museums do, but it is also set up to take you on a cohesive journey through the collection, which capitalizes on the chronological arrangement...
This museum highlights in the works of a host of 2nd-tier (and several 1st-tier) painters and sculptors who worked in northern Italy and Venice the journey from the exuberant innovation of renaissance painting to...
The Peak of Museums
Educating museum about the mountain warfare in WWI
I loved the opportunity (don't have that in London or Boston science museums as far as I can remember) to visit the real labs and ask questions to real researchers (not available when I visited because it was at t...
One of the best science museums ever!
Museo Archeologico Nazionale Cividale del Friuli, Italy
The museum displays some of the artifacts as they were found originally in the tomb: see as an example the warrior buried with his horse!
Wonderful museum, if you are interested in archeology.
i Giardini di Villa Melzi Bellagio, Italy
A ticket allows access to the gardens, a small chapel and a very small museum but the home is closed to visitors.
There’s a little Napoleonic museum, a church and clean toilets.
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Museo degli Alpini di Bassano Bassano Del Grappa, Italy
this small museum was very interesting as Mount Grappa was a very important WW1 Battle and this was where the Alpinis were fighting so at this particular museum go see crests and emblems and also the gas-masks and...
A beautiful small museum in the heart of the city.
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I was a little dubious as I have seen so many awkward English translations in Italian museums and galleries, that simply serve to detract from your enjoyment as you are struggling to follow their meaning.
This museums display of Otzi the iceman and all his artifacts is outstanding.
The castle is very well preserved and the museum is very interesting.
The museum itself offers a glimpse on the difficult relationship between Italy and Austria in the 20th century.
If only we had regional museums as good as this in the UK.
Even for those who don’t appreciate the modern art, it is a very interesting and informative museum with over nine thousand paintings, drawings, sculptures and other exhibits.
The museum, which was opened in 1921, is one of the most important war museums, not only in Italy.
Museo Civico Amedeo Lia La Spezia, Italy
If you like visiting museums , this one at La Spezia , is a small jewel !
The biggest museum from Spezia have 13 rooms.The collection includes about 1000 works of all kinds, classical, late antique, medieval, up to the 18th century.
Galleria Museo Depero Rovereto, Italy
This interesting art museum was founded in 1957 by Fortunato Depero, a futurist artist and a pioneer of contemporary design.
DELIGHTFUL museum for fans of design!
Poli Museo della Grappa Bassano Del Grappa, Italy
Bassano is a charming Grappa, north Italy town and one of the spots worth to visit is Poli Grappa Museum.
Excellent small company made museum detailing the history and production of the famous local liquor Grappa.