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Palazzo dei Musei

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Palazzo dei Musei

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Nicholas H wrote a review Apr 2019
London, United Kingdom20,643 contributions850 helpful votes
We came here to see the Borso D’Este bible in the University Library, but had the chance to look at some other parts of the grounds at the same time. The highlight was a collection of Roman sarcophagi in a courtyard near the entrance. Try were impressive not just for their beautifully carved panels, but their size and wonderful preservation.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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jm00192 wrote a review Oct 2018
Greater Melbourne, Australia51 contributions45 helpful votes
It is a museum housed in a building of over a thousand years. The museum does not have a large collection but the stories of exhibits can fill some parts of Italian history. Some of the ancient items can be dated back to the Roman Empire and Renaissance. The paintings on the wall are precious. Copies of these original paintings were found in textbooks. The good thing is not many people are around so it is possible to spend a lot of time to examine the detail history behind the scene.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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SylviaTourstein wrote a review Jun 2018
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We went during the June 2 holiday weekend so the entrance was free. Downstairs housing memorial artifacts is open without a ticket and has a snack bar. The fourth floor houses their art collection it's accessible by stairs or a glass lift. It's a simple collection compared to great museums for the size of this palace but has a few masterpieces. An hour is plenty of time to walk through.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Katrien S wrote a review Apr 2018
Ghent, Belgium1,987 contributions423 helpful votes
On the ground floor is the lapidary, a museum of old carved stones, some Roman some medieval and later period. On the 4th floor is the Estense art gallery, displaying the art collection of the dukes of Ferrara and Modena. This is the only museum you have to pay for. A floor down is the "civic" museum, which houses the archaeological section, as well as a sort of models for arts and crafts and some more art works. This is for free, and there is an English language audio guide (also for free). Finally, this building also houses the Estense library, one can visit, but there is little to see, as it is a working research library. Just old books crammed in about every available space.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Ronald M wrote a review Apr 2017
Saint John, Canada11 contributions10 helpful votes
Did not enjoy. Sign says tickets... go to get one told to go to fourth floor. Nobody speaks English. No idea how much and no idea where to go. Finallt some other tourist told us where to go. No idea what I was looking at. Everything of religous intent and everything in Italian with no translation. Would not recommend unless you can read Italian. Onlt fourth floor was open. Poor signage and nothing else to see.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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