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Museo Nazionale delle Arti e Tradizioni Popolari

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Piazza Guglielmo Marconi 8, 00144 Rome Italy
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fan4545 wrote a review Feb 2019
Beijing, China39 contributions1 helpful vote
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The exhibitions could kill all your curiosity and passion in history. All the items were displayed in an extremely old way, and there are only staffs working on tickets kiosk. 千万不要去这个所谓的国家历史博物馆,里面的文物都以极度古老的方式陈列在柜子里,说明文只有意大利语。展览厅高大、阴森,根本不想让人走进,等你走过一个暗暗的展柜,它在后面突然亮了。从未见过这么差的国家博物馆,让人怕怕的景象见照片。
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Noel E wrote a review Sep 2015
Grays Thurrock, United Kingdom6 contributions3 helpful votes
Having toured buildings in EUR and walked around in the heat, my wife and I walked along to the Piazza Marconi. The grand fascist architecture was alluring and we looked at Google and decided that the murals in the museum might be interesting (they were incomplete but still of interest). At the entrance there was a sign directing us to another door. We turned and went to find it. We had walked about 10 metres when a lady dashed out of the building and asked if we wanted to enter. That's the first time I've every been chased into a museum! We were inside for over 2 hours and there were no other visitors. The exhibits were most engaging and represented all aspects of traditional Italian folk art and craft; religious and secular. At every turn in every gallery there was something unexpected or interesting. Could have stayed much longer and will return one day to really have a good look.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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Peter P wrote a review Sep 2015
Wales181 contributions57 helpful votes
Whilst out of Rome, so easy to get to by metro. In mid-week we had all the place to ourselves (one other couple leaving). Fantastic displays as you wander round. Reasonable priced and so cool inside. Try it for something a little different.
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Date of experience: October 2014
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SEs wrote a review Jul 2015
London, United Kingdom23,958 contributions1,296 helpful votes
This museum is just out of the city centre. Nothing special. This is about Italian culture. I went here because my hotel is located close by.No need to make an effort to come here.
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Date of experience: July 2015
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MariaCelina f wrote a review Feb 2015
10 contributions15 helpful votes
On the 1st sunday of every month, the State Musea in Italy are free! So today, we choose one of them to visit. We picked the Museo Nazionale degli Arti e Tradizioni Popolari (MAT), because it advertised an interesting temporary exhibition on Textile Art, and because it is situated off the beaten tourist track on the South side of Rome, in the EUR district. The museum has its own collection of objects, clothes, tools, about everyday life in Italy. All well displayed, with lots of info in light and airy halls. The "Off Loom" Fiber Art temporary exhibition is simply wonderful. Even the loo is tastefully tiled in black and white, and leads on to a huge balcony, where you can view the piazza Marconi. On Sunday we could park the car free at the back of the museum. The EUR district is worth a stroll all by itself, with its striking architecture. It has been built under Mussolini for the planned world exhibition of 1942, which never took place for obvious reasons. But the buildings, the boulevards, the piazzas are still there. Today most of them are government buildings (no wonder, they have lots of room). There is also a lake and a lot of green. Metroline B will take you to it. A breath of fresh air for all those who want to escape from yet more ancient Roma and baroque buildings.
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Date of experience: February 2015
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