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All reviews roman artifacts on display excellent museum roman road amazing artifacts three floors nice roman local ruins highly recommend this museum impressive collection oil lamps love this museum free entrance new building national museum senior citizens well worth a visit
This is a fantastic museum with the most incredible collection of mosaics, statues and artefacts from roman buildings around the town. The building itself is impressive, light and airy and the way the finds have been displayed enables them to be seen to their best....More
An amazing collection in a fantastic building. The mosaics are especially fantastic, as are the memorials and the wall paintings from the amphitheatre. There isn’t enough interpretation for people who are new to the subject/period. Make sure you give yourself enough time to see it...More
The museum is really tourist friendly but also not dumbed down in the archaeology - a lot of integrity. The collections are well organised and the building is just fantastic. You don't get a sense of being crowded as you do in most museums. This...More
This museum is so impressive!!! A great collection of artifacts, very well displayed.
A joy to navigate.
The architecture of the building is grandiose and built to purpose to house the collection. All pieces have signage in Spanish & English making it easy to understand...More
Great stop for us on a stormy day. The building itself is incredible. Beginning in the basement where actual ancients Roman ruins are in place. Well laid out. However, there is no English audio guide offered. Most of the areas have Spanish and English placards...More
This excellent, purpose built museum is easy to navigate, well curated and has informative signage in English and Spanish. It is laid out over 4 floors, and the artefacts are from the local ruins including the theatre. There are also some beautiful mosaics which have...More
This collection of Roman artifacts is incredibly extensive, exhibited on site and above the Roman ruins found on site during construction of the museum. The collection of coins, busts, pottery and mosaics are bar none the most beautiful. Only complaint was the English interpretation pieces...More
At only a few steps from the “Trojan Arch” you have the “National Museum of the Roman Art”. The museum already exist more than 175 years, so it goes back to a small collection of local character that. Its content and activities revolve around the...More
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Of what I remember, there is not a public car parking nearby this museum, there is some payed places along the streets. In my case, I left my car the other side of the river (it's free), past the roman bridge on foot and... More
Of what I remember, there is not a public car parking nearby this museum, there is some payed places along the streets. In my case, I left my car the other side of the river (it's free), past the roman bridge on foot and enjoyed a gorgeous landscape.