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Ragusa Archaeological Museum

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Traveller298382 wrote a review Oct 2019
Bosham, United Kingdom97 contributions52 helpful votes
This is a cracking well presented museum. Information is in Italian with a lot translated into English. The quality of the exhibits is very good especially the articles realting to the various necropolis. The staff are attentive but not very informative.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Patricia F wrote a review Nov 2018
Bedale, United Kingdom187 contributions119 helpful votes
It's far from obvious where the entrance is (in a tiny side street alongside a car repair place) but well worth the effort. It would take half a day to study all the fascinating exhibits, it's free and is open every day. A must for lovers of ancient Greek civilization and artefacts.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Anfrist wrote a review Sep 2018
Bucharest, Romania4,284 contributions330 helpful votes
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This is a small museum, not easy to find the entrance. It helped to see the exhibits and understand more about people living here in the past. Free access, but quite old and without modern display techniques.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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fairtrader wrote a review May 2017
north yorkshire, england383 contributions257 helpful votes
Went back and fore looking for the entrance before realising it was down steps towards the valley bottom. Free entry. Interesting finds from nearby necropolis, a couple of mosaics, lots of stones and pots. I liked it!
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Date of experience: May 2017
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ES12 wrote a review Oct 2016
Reading, United Kingdom539 contributions213 helpful votes
I wish that I had read the tripadvisor reviews before we set off to find this museum, it would have been much easier to find it then. On the map it appears to be on via Roma, but is at a level below, you can see it if you go on to the bridge. From the outside it is the most unpromising museum that I have seen. t has the smart looking Best Western hotel built above and their garage below and sandwiched in between is a rather shabby looking museum floor. However once inside we really enjoyed the displays. However we ran into a bit of trouble when we left the museum. The museum is beside a gorge and as a result it has bridges going across it a higher level. We wanted to get to the foot bridge beyond the museum bridge, so we walked along the river until we were nearly at the foot bridge. We saw some steps in front of a building and next to them steps that appeared to go up to the footbridge. Half way up the steps we saw that there was a locked gate at the top so we turned back. We then went into the building beside us which seemed to be a car park, what we thought was a car park attendant was a security guard with a gun demanding to know where we had come from. It turned out that we had got into the back of the Palace of Justice. He did direct us a rather roundabout way to the footbridge. Take care if you find yourself in this area
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Date of experience: September 2016
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