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Google maps sent us to the wrong place - it is now situated on the water's edge at the port. Lots of history given, in several languages. Easy to follow the history of Tarragona chronologically. Some fabulous remains.
Even my 18 year old son whose not really into history enjoyed our trip round this combination of museum and Roman remains. The exhibits were intersting and some beautiful statues. Ensure you go up the stairs where you can especially in the old tower, the...More
there are some nice pieces, but as a whole the museum is nothing spectacular. I specially liked the Medusa mosaic. but I wonder if this is really all and the best they found on the Roman sites here around . or if it all went...More
This is a very interesting attraction. More than just a museum, this place has many pathways that lead in different directions which enhance the feeling of exploring this ancient site. Up top you will have an excellent view of the surrounding area.
A fab Museum, the view out of the top corner window near the anchor is great, don't miss it. Quite an in depth museum. Roman sculptures, mosaics, set over several floors. Museum is definitely for the History Buffs, it is more of a traditional museum,...More
Tuesday was “free day” so we got double the value! Well put together exhibits, some really stunning (tessera) and artifacts taking you way back into BC. Rated amongst the best of its type in Spain. If you like your history it’s worth the effort. Tarragona...More
The 4.50 entrance also includes entrance to the wonderful Necropolis (left this until the following week as it's on the other side of town )so keep the ticket in a safe place.
I believe this museum is due to close in February/March 2018 for renovations...More
This is a good little museum, containing many of the Roman artefacts found in the town, with some beautiful mosaics which are worth the visit alone. There are lots of coins, pottery etc and an anchor from a Roman ship wreck (which I think my...More
Loved my visit to this place. Great to see the various parts of this museum but would definitely advise buying the combine ticked for 7.50 Euro that lets you into all 4 parts as it is not immediately clear that this is the case. I...More