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All reviews roman villa well worth a visit beautiful mosaics will blow your mind roman period quality and quantity africa house couple of hours taxi driver roman road in perfect condition entrance fee public transport walk around on site collection artifacts
Great mosaic and roman house museum. Really good mosaics from the local area houses. Not as much variety as Bardo but still good. Good to see the ruins of the houses and a rebuilt house to see where the mosaics would be. Very good and...More
If you go to El Jem you will inevitably be going to the amphitheatre and the entry fee for the museum is included on that ticket. Just present it at the museum for entry.
Within easy walking distance of the amphitheatre and just a short...More
Incredible place to visit. The history of the romans and the skills involved in making the mosiacs. There are plenty of mosiacs to see. All different in designs and colours. Very interesting place to visit.
It's nearby the El Jem amphitheatre so it's well worth stopping in while you're in the area. Several rooms of well preserved mosaics all over the walls and the floors. See if you can get an explanation of some of them as they date back...More
A short ride from the Amphitheater, this museum has some of the finest mosaics I have ever seen. You can touch and walk on really genuine Roman antiques. Any where else you probably would be shepherded away. These fantastic mosaics are held in a modern...More