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Villa Romana e Antiquarium

Via Santa Lucia, 84010 Minori, Italy
+39 089 852893
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Interesting find

We popped in here after lunch when exploring the Amalfi coast and were delighted to find this... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
RachyA1989
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Kent, United Kingdom
via mobile
Very interesting

A wonderful opportunity to view the excavated villa and view the frescoes that have been recovered... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
321linken
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England, United Kingdom
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“free entry” (7 reviews)
“small museum” (6 reviews)
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Via Santa Lucia, 84010 Minori, Italy
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+39 089 852893
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We popped in here after lunch when exploring the Amalfi coast and were delighted to find this lovely little museum. A number of Roman artefacts to enjoy and then you get to walk through the villa,very enjoyable and away from the crowds. We were the...More

Thank RachyA1989
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A wonderful opportunity to view the excavated villa and view the frescoes that have been recovered and see the model of what the villa would have looked like.

Thank 321linken
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

At the back of our hotel and fascinating place to visit. Welcoming and free to enter, history information in lots of languages. Very interesting place enjoyed our visit

Thank topcat152015
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

It is right in town and it's free. It is a single building but it is surprising that it not only stands today but also they have built a residence on top of it where people are living! This villa is about 2,000 years old!...More

Thank Shahriar N
Reviewed 8 May 2017

If you've been to Pompeii, you will probably not find this villa very interesting because it is just a single building. Built between 14 AD and 35 AD, the villa site contains some of the artefacts excavated with the villa. You can also explore many...More

Thank dnchambe
Reviewed 19 April 2017 via mobile

Nestled behind the shops is a little excavation of an old villa. It was worth the quick visit to see some old artefacts. There is no cost for admission but the request for a donation on the way out. I am glad we popped in...More

Thank Shane D
Reviewed 17 March 2017

We walked here from the hotel, and were very surprised that the ruins are in the middle of town. We could just wander around, we were the only ones there, and it was really impressive

Thank Martha O
Reviewed 20 January 2017

It is a small and interesting. We were lucky to have an Tour Guide who could translate. I did wander around later on my own but needed and English version of what I was looking at. Still enjoyable.

1  Thank Philippa S
Reviewed 15 November 2016

Minori is a very small town, so perhaps the Roman Villa needs more visitors. Visiting Pompei tends to overshadow it..... But it's worth a visit.

Thank Joan L
Reviewed 4 November 2016

Local guide made visit more meaningful who explained some of the Roman history of Minori and how the villa was used in this context. A later visit on our own allowed us to absorb more details on this entry free attraction.

Thank meganclarke2016
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Gilreign
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2 March 2017|
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Response from Philippa S | Reviewed this property |
Open from memory 10am. It's not that big but is interesting. There was nothing in English that I remember but I did work out what the items were. worth a visit and then a coffee or lunch locally. Have fun.
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