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Museo Archeologico Regionale Eoliano

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Very interesting museum to visit

Historically this museum is fascinating with exhibits that chart the islands contact with... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
teapot8
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Glasgow
You DO NOT Need to love pots.

Wow! My jaw dropped every time I walked into a room. Stunning area of urns, tools, masks... read more

Reviewed July 3, 2018
Ritz1165
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New York City, New York
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Via Castello 2, 98055, Sicily, Italy
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Historically this museum is fascinating with exhibits that chart the islands contact with civilisation over the last 6000 years

Thank teapot8
Reviewed July 3, 2018 via mobile

Wow! My jaw dropped every time I walked into a room. Stunning area of urns, tools, masks, jewelry. Great, detailed signage (in at least 3 languages), including English. Beautiful views, church. I visited from Panarea (easy 40 minutes journey because Lonely Planet mentions the museum/citadel...More

1  Thank Ritz1165
Reviewed April 30, 2018 via mobile

A jarring experience, and pot-entially did not urn the entrance price. But if you love pots, please do go ahead.

1  Thank tamweston
Reviewed November 12, 2017

We visited the Castle's museum this morning, 650 meters up from our Marine Lunga apartment, following the signs along the main streets. After paying our 6 Euros each, we were on our own, so we walked the grounds to take in the sunny views. Along...More

1  Thank Gene J
Reviewed November 4, 2017

Just a short walk from the boat terminal is this treasure of a museum! We had no idea what to expect...we were absolutely amazed to find artifacts from prehistoric times.. Greek masks, pottery, and crowns just to name a few. Be sure to arrive early,...More

Thank Smhd2020
Reviewed October 18, 2017

Superb, comprehensive museum set in several buildings within the walled hilltop citadel of Lipari. Above all else the incomparable collection of greek masks is without parallel anywhere in the world. The collections are expertly displayed and you will be fascinated. Just go!

Thank William1955
Reviewed October 2, 2017

At first it just looks like another walled city and ramparts to go with it. But when you get inside, the buildings contain extensive collections of prehistoric and Mediterranean artifacts. It takes quite awhile to explore it all and unfortunately at least 3 of the...More

1  Thank henry v
Reviewed September 24, 2017

It was wonderful to find this excellent museum in a small town, on a small island, yet full of treasures found nearby. It is spread over several buildings and one has to go to the bottom of the hill to purchase tickets (Euro 6.00) then...More

Thank Peter B
Reviewed September 16, 2017

The island of Lipari has been inhabited for millenia, and as it is not a very big place, the art and artifacts of those who have lived there from the Stone Age onward are still there to be found. This Museum collects such artifacts and...More

Thank Lawrentian
Reviewed August 23, 2017 via mobile

I walked up the sloped streets from the harbor of Lipari to the archaeological park mainly for the view, but I was rewarded with some fine archaeological information of this island as well as the entire collection of the seven Eolie islands.

Thank Terry S
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diana5251905
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Response from Rasputin21 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Diana As far as I know there are no museums on Lipari or exhibits of recent history and culture. I know there is also no such information in Milazzo the jumping off point for the Aeolian Islands. You will have to search... More
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