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It was a real surprise to discover that in an old deconsecrated church there was a collection of archaeological treasures! Even more surprising was admiring them in a setting that was really well done, looked after and illuminated correctly.
This beautifully presented archeological museum features the church excavations as well as Roman findings in Cremona. All displays are in Italian, English and Braille. The history of the city is told through artifacts. It is easy to navigate.
There was a civic festival of little interest for tourists in the entire historic city center, so we took a chance on the history museum just a couple of blocks away, and were not disappointed. It gave a good general overview of the history of...More
Step into this newly created museum and you are bounced back into Roman times : there's a villa (with rich mosaic floors), a garden with a gracious fountain, a temple and lots of statues. Besides, they offer you the opportunity to take part in the...More
This museum is a little jewel that should appeal to all lovers of Roman artifacts. The fact that the collection is housed in the deconsecrated Romanesque church of San Lorenzo only adds to the visual splendor. The lighting is lovely, the bilingual labels are good,...More
The location is somewhat hard to find; I had to ask for directions twice, but fortunately Cremona is an exceptionally friendly town. The museum is located within an old church complex, and it's not clear that there is a museum there until you enter the...More