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The museum in Aidone may be small in size, but it contains much of the artifacts excavated from the archeological site in Morgantina. The exhibits are well laid out and presented. A visit here in conjunction with the archeological site will give one a very...More
I highly recommend a visit to this museum in the nice little town of Aidone. The collection is stunning and includes the Dea of Morgantina and a number of other famous items. (The so-called silver of Morgantina was on loan to an American museum when...More
We visited this archaelogical museum and amazed that a building so small could contain so much history and treasures. The museum is in the village of Aidone. When we asked for tickets for entry, we were told that there were 2 other tickets available. One...More
This museum is a small, quiet and comfortable one with interesting finds from Morgantina. The individual objects are well-signed in both English and Italian; however, the more complete explanations on the walls are in Italian only. The staff at the ticket booth didn’t speak English...More
If you're in this area you are likely visiting Morgantina and Villa Romana Casale. This small but nicely arranged museum adds an extra dimension to the archaeological site visits and is highly recommended. The history of what you will experience will make much more sense.
The museum is housed in a recently renewed former Capuchin convent (XVII sec.) and contains artifacts discovered during the excavations of the nearby archeological site of Morgantina. In addition to the statue of the Venus of Morgantina (about 8 feet tall sculpted in about 425...More
This isn't the biggest or best museum in the world, but once you've visited the site of Morgantina and seen the 4thC BC ruins of a large city from a lost civilisation you'll appreciate this. Artifacts from Morgantina bring the ruins to life and make...More