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sarahchambers2017 wrote a review Nov 2017
Norwich, United Kingdom32 contributions11 helpful votes
This is a tiny museum of life around Gradara through the centuries. It may be difficult for disabled people or children in buggies but it is worth a visit if you can manage it. Some of the displays may seem a bit gruesome as there are exhibits of instruments of torture. But it is also part of life at that time so has to be taken into consideration. It is well worth going as part of the Gradara experience. The descriptions are in several languages too.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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MarceluitAlmere wrote a review Oct 2017
Almere, The Netherlands214 contributions27 helpful votes
the museum shows a lot of the history of the castle and it's surroundings. The torture exhibition is impressive. One also gets a good impression of the life of the farmers before world war 2.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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545medva wrote a review Aug 2015
Budapest, Hungary3,983 contributions887 helpful votes
It is a small museum where you can see a lot of interesting articels, but specially us we don't like anything what is connected with torture.
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Date of experience: August 2015
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Glenys C wrote a review Dec 2014
Cugnoli, Italy309 contributions193 helpful votes
Although the museum is not very big it is well equipped and well preserved. There is plenty to see with descriptions of the articles etc. It gives an insight into how people lived in the past. The exhibition includes medieval arms and instruments of torture, certainly not a nice thought to think that they really used them! All in all we found it very interesting although a bit expensive for what it is.
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Date of experience: December 2014
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