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It depends what you like, but if you would find an extensive exhibition about the Bronze Age people living on Lake Garda interesting, I recommend a visit.
We spent a lot longer in there than we expected as there was so much to see. We...More
Called in expecting to be wowed by the exhibits but very few were interesting. To be fair, if more exhibits had had English translation of the descriptions of the exhibits, we may have been more interested. We were surprised that the museum charged an entry...More
This is a very interesting and well run museum. We visited on a Friday afternoon and the lady in charge was extremely helpful. You need to check opening times because they are limited. I loved the recreated stilt house.
If you are interested about the local area's history this is the place to visit. They have very informative videos at the beginning of the visit and these give you a good idea of what life was like in the Roman villa and for the...More
An intersting display of the history of civilisation around Lake Garda, some well thought out and interesting others a bit odd.
Nonetheless a good bit of history and what is said to be the oldest plough in the world. A reasonable way to spend an...More
We are fascinated by the history of the places we go to and this little museum added to our understanding of the region. Apart from the artefacts we watched the film of the area and of the Roman Villa up the road which we had...More