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The museum is quite small but we found it interesting. People working there was kind and helped us find the way through museum and to the only open cave, a small cave. It is easy to access, just a few small stairs.
The museum is small but very well organzed and me and my family really enjoyed the visit. Fortunately, not many people were present at the moment of our visit. Furthermore, the personnel has been of great help during the visit of the cave, with a...More
We managed to reach the museum an hour before its closing, but we were reassured that there is enough time. True. It was interesting and amazing to learn a bit on the pre-historic events - can see good efforts in keeping this place alive. Kids...More
The location of the museum is beautiful and if you are in the area visiting villa Hanbury or Menton it is very close. The actual museum is small and if you do not read Italian it is quite difficult as there is very little information...More
...this is a fun stop. There only one english handout, and it has the least interesting info. We walked up from the restaurant Balzi Rossi, and it made a nice post-prandial outing on a sunny and mild winters day.
Two museums and one outdoor site where you can see the engraving of an animal on the cliff. Information handed out in English. Useful time line and models. Skeletons with barnacle encrusted skulls are most dramatic.
Nestled at the base of reddish, sheer cliffs in northern Italy and within 50 meters of the French border is this excellent small museum and outdoor field area which mainly comprises sea caves, two of which are accessible and were inhabited from about 200,000 years...More