Tomba di Giulietta

Tomba di Giulietta, Verona: Hours, Address, Tomba di Giulietta Reviews: 3/5

Tomba di Giulietta
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8:30 AM - 7:30 PM
Monday
1:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Tuesday
8:30 AM - 7:30 PM
Wednesday
8:30 AM - 7:30 PM
Thursday
8:30 AM - 7:30 PM
Friday
8:30 AM - 7:30 PM
Saturday
8:30 AM - 7:30 PM
Sunday
8:30 AM - 7:30 PM
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QuantumAnti
34 contributions
Friends
Pleasantly greeted at the reception, stared at as we walked through the pleasant gardens, the place was dead. Entered the museum and told to present the tickets we had purchased. We then entered the museum and the silence was deafening. The only sound was of the staffs footsteps, 5 paces behind us at all times. It might have been the tattoos or just two lads showing an interest in history that made them wary of our presence. But we were made to feel like criminals, couldn’t browse without all eyes on us, felt incredibly uncomfortable and rushed out. Toilets were clean, tomb was nice and cool to get out of the sun.
Written July 30, 2020
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Stephanie & Anthony
Newark-on-Trent, UK566 contributions
Couples
Took 15 minutes to walk from julie house and i would guess we spent 15 minutes inside the tomb of which 5 were in the toilets... hardly qorth bothering had we not bought a combi ticket.

Really not much to look at, the house is from one of the old veronese families and yet hardly any information is given on this important scalia family. Missed opportunity.
Written September 30, 2020
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Erika
Caracas, Venezuela9,736 contributions
The story about Romeo and Giulietta is fictional. This is just a little museum and I think the entrence fee is to high for what you see inside
Written September 19, 2020
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Travelman541
Antwerp, Belgium13 contributions
Couples
We arrived today at 16h35, with the combi tickets that we bought at the balcony. When we arrived the access was refused, because the attraction would be closed around 17h00 and entrance was not allowed in the last half hour. Everywhere was clearly indicated that it would be open until 19h30 and not 17h00! Refund of the price difference was refused, entry for 25 minutes was refused and chance to enter tomorrow was also refused. This is a scam by the city of Verona! You could have been flexibel to correct your own fault!
Written September 13, 2020
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AllieC
Florida65 contributions
Family
As I read other reviews I noticed a common theme: no mention to the fact that this museum is of Juliet’s tomb AND a collection of famous afrescos rescued from around Verona! The instructional video on how afrescos are detached from original walls to preserve them was very interesting. The displays of the rescued afrescos from various eras impressive. One of the female staff members answered several of my questions and pointed out small details I had not noticed (ie, glitter-like material in one of the afrescos). She was well-informed, passionate about the art and her city, which showed in her descriptions.
Written June 2, 2022
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Sara C
12 contributions
Solo
The staff here speak English but it is probably best they don’t speak as they are INCREDIBLY RUDE, I don’t think I’ve ever been to a tourist attraction in my life where the staff have been so bad. I am thankful I only paid €1 as a combo ticket as I didn’t enjoy this uncomfortable experience. Also educate your staff members on ‘invisible disabilities’ not only wheelchair users need to use the disabled bathrooms.
Written October 3, 2020
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Richard B
Andover, UK50 contributions
Couples
Find an old cellar, put an even older stone coffin in it (base only and empty), call it Juliette's tomb (largely based on hearsay) and charge 6 euros to view it plus some frescoes which you were not looking for. Not impressed.
Written July 17, 2018
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Lyfroes
New York City, NY324 contributions
Solo
I admit that I went at the end of high season so crowds were a little smaller. But I was surprised to be only 1 of 2 tourists at this site. I was there for an hour enjoying the art gallery and was all alone in the tomb for nearly 15 minutes. There were too many guards for such a small place but they just lurked and watched without disturbing me. Its a very peaceful place to visit. Great for solo travellers or couples.
Written January 28, 2015
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yvette2008
Launceston, Australia19 contributions
I had the Verona card so after seeing juliette's house was keen to see the tomb. I found it interesting. I also enjoyed seeing the frescos. Wasn't too far away from other attractions and I enjoyed seeing the other items on display.
Written July 20, 2014
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Fry77
London, UK59 contributions
There is a tomb, however, it is quite hidden. I don't speak Italian but with my Spanish I managed to ask where to go to see the tomb. Once you're inside the museum, you have to pass by a small garden with a fountain and walk down some stairs to get to a room, which was quite spooky for me as I visited it alone when they were about to close. The fact that Juliet really existed or not is something that we will probably never know. I will add the photos I took to prove it does exist.
Written October 28, 2010
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