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Very interesting experience when visiting the museum. Try to find small room in gallery where they did animation of this place. It helps to understand original idea and value of entertainment and Emperor's power at that time.
I'm saying average because it is quite a modest size museum. There are a few really spectacular items; others are very nice. It is worth visiting but don't expect Merida's outstanding museum or the diversity of Cadiz's museum.
This is a museum with some stunning exhibits from the high quality mosaics and sculptures to the everyday artifacts of Roman life. If you are content with simply admiring them this is a five-star attraction.
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There was an exhibition of a Napoleonic siege of Tarragon while we visited, and I learnt about something I hadn't known anything about.
The archaeology itself is mainly Roman. The mosaics are excellent, and there is quite a lot of Roman artifacts on display.
Wonderful collections of Roman artifacts, sculptures, mosaics, and such. Very much worth a visit. It's educational, with good explanations of everything on exhibit. Not expensive to enter. The building is pretty too, with good views from the upper windows over the sea. Highly recommended for...More
If you're into museums you'll like wandering through the rooms of the Museu Arqueologic: there's plenty of statues, mosaics, everyday utensils and sailing devices from Roman times.
My only complaint about it is that it's an old-fashioned museum; it hasn't changed much since I visited...More