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This is (especially after we had visited the National Archaeological Museum in Naples) a small museum -- and that is one of its strengths. It is intensely local, very well organized and written up (much in English as well as in Italian), and is something...More
The location of this museum is lovely, in the corner of Piazza Duomo and it has a beautiful courtyard just to sit in the sun. The museum is fascinating and clearly set out with amazing exhibits from the local area.
This was a very compact museum containing lots of interesting artefacts collected locally and displayed very sympathetically. I especially liked that there were both interesting printed information on the exhibits - in several languages - plus excellent use of QR Codes to reach more extensive...More
This museum was well worth the visit. Lots of very interesting artifacts discovered in the area and the oceans depths close by. If you are into ceramics this is your place. The only negatives were that the English translations on all information boards were abysmal...More
Although this is a lot smaller than similar museums in the area (e.g. MARTA in Taranto) it is very interesting and gives quite a different perspective to many other museums. This is because much of what is on display has been recovered from Brindisi harbour...More
Our cruise stopped here and unfortunately it was pouring! So we sought out the museum as a dry activity! I'm really glad we did as it has a wide variety of displays from coins to statues to boat reconstructions and mosaics. If I had to...More
In a Brindisi tour a visit to the museum Is a Must. You can find many collections of old Gold money, beautifull grecian and Roman archeological finds. Ribrezzo Museum Is a place where you can travel in The history in The centrum of Brindisi.
Nice and interesting museum on the history of the area, with plenty displays and English 'subtitles' ( a summart of the Italian texts). Visiting in Winter, I appeared to be the only visitor, and one of the guepards made sure I saw everything there was...More
The museum is excellent. great layout, good lights, excellent for wheelchairs. Restrooms are clean. marvelous overview of the city of Brindisi and its surroundings.
It must see, amazing what they have dug up from land and out of the sea. Glass, pottery bronze, terra-cotta. Sorry...More