The ground floor of this museum has the archeological exhibit, which was very cool - it goes back to pre-historic times, through the Phoenicians (with two Phoenician sarcophagi!) and the Romans. Lots of artifacts that were interesting to look at.
I was less impressed by the art exhibits - the modern art on the ground floor was interesting, there's classical art on the first floor, and some more modern art on the second floor along with an ethnography exhibit (about puppetry at the time we were there). Not an extremely large art collection.
This museum is free for EU citizens but for non-EU citizens it's only 1.50 Euro which is practically free! Well worth the price of admission to see the archeology.
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