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- A huge museum in former conventual buildings. Ruins of some ancient Roman houses in basement. Loads of exhibits from prehistory to renaissance.Written 4 August 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- A big art gallery, reflecting the tastes of the Tosio and Martinengo families, who collected the works displayed here.Written 4 August 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- During a somewhat rare rainy day we visited this museum. Entrance was free for kids we paid 10€ for each adult. It is small but entertaining. The race comes to life with the info on the tablet you get at the check in as well as the nice ambiance. Too bad there was no Ferrari on display, that would have added to to stature of the museum. But you can SPOT Aston Martin, Bentley some very nice Mercedes and of course many Italian brands.
We spend about 1,5 hrs inside, but I think most people will spend just a mere hour.
Parking in front of the entrance around the old monastery, which houses the museum.
All in all happy we chose to visit this venue😀Written 24 July 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- something like this in the middle f a city. And nobody knows (besides the few) that all this was was disappeared under the sedimentation of centuries , just discovered in the 1800's .Written 22 November 2021
- We have toured a number of museums and castle collections of armory, and this is definitely in the top 10. The exhibits are well-displayed in an interesting location. There is not a lot of English, but for the most part it is possible to understand what the items are. We were surprised to find out that the Italians had arms technology quite a bit earlier than other parts of the world.Written 17 September 2018
- I personally advise during the "Giappone nel chiostro" as it is a must visit for everyone that is interested in the culture of the East. The interior is extremely well kept and the 200+ pieces of art are wonderful.Written 10 February 2018
- Whilst in the area, our attention was caught by the courtyard setting (& the free entry).
A fascinating snapshot of history sset out below the foundation of the building. Really pleasant helpful guides, willing to try to explain in several languages what the " museum" is trying to convey, which is the various periods st out in buildings ontop of each other over time. Very small will only take a short time, but well worth stopping by.Written 16 September 2017
- The Palazzo Martinengo Cesaresco, hosts a small archaeological visit below the ground floor, with more roman ruins also belonging to the forum.Written 15 January 2019
- If you want to see a pice of history very recommend to visit this place. Roman Empire was something....Written 9 January 2020
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