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Loved the multiple types of exhibits, in the museum, in the lapidarium and on the archeological site. A lot of well-preserved statues, inscriptions and pottery. The archeological site is huge and complex, it’s spread out so be careful not to miss any of it (I...More
We were very lucky as it was very quiet when we visited.
The car park was right next to the abbey and only cost €3 for the car.
Thanks there was no charge for access to the abbey,which was a surprise.Id you want a guided...More
You visit with a guide, I think you have to, while you are doing the outside part but she was very helpful and informative about the arena and also about the tomb area. The internal museum has a great deal of information about Roman times...More
this is a great little museum to spend some time in. it gives soe hitory of the romans in the Cassino area. some great artifacts.
there are lots of small archeologial artifacts.
it was only 2 euros to enter.
There is an indoor part and an outdoor part. we only did the outdoor. Accompanied by a free guide appointed by the Museum. Learned why an amphitheatre is elliptical and a theatre is semicircular. Also why the Colosseum is called like that. Walking on an...More
The museum isn't big but very charming, with very friendly staff. I think it has all the main artifacts you would expect in an archaeological museum but you don't get overwhelmed by it. It's a nice experience on your way to the monastery or back.