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rdudhia211 wrote a review Aug 2020
London, United Kingdom66 contributions80 helpful votes
Some interesting paintings and other objets d'art at this little museum. Set in a lovely 5 storey building.
Date of experience: August 2020
3 Helpful votes
Stefan G wrote a review Aug 2020
Brussels, Belgium783 contributions360 helpful votes
It's a rather small museum, but it's quite nice and rather modern. Many of the items on display relate to the history of San Marino as well as Italy. The price of admission was inexpensive - as for most all of the museums in San Marino. I recommend the museum pass, obtainable at the tourist office - good for a few museums at a cheap price.…
Date of experience: July 2020
Neil L wrote a review Dec 2019
Edinburgh, United Kingdom625 contributions120 helpful votes
After the Towers, this is the best thing to do in San Marino. Included in 5 museums ticket. It has an eclectic collection of ancient and medieval items. Don't miss the Domagnano finds.
Date of experience: December 2019
2 Helpful votes
100nights19flights wrote a review Oct 2019
Japan176 contributions62 helpful votes
An excellent museum for a such a small city and country. You is better than any museum I've been to in a city of less than 50,000. There are some interesting paintings with christian settings and the 3 city towers included. The old coins may also be of interest to some people.
Date of experience: February 2019
Robert D wrote a review Sep 2019
Brooklyn, New York1,446 contributions296 helpful votes
If you only see one museum in San Marino, it should be this one! The Sate Museum has four floors of exhibits on various aspects of San Marino from archaeology to paintings to crafts produced in the country. You can learn a lot about San Marino by visiting this museum.
Date of experience: July 2019