Regardless if you are a tourist or a native, the museum is a must pit stop! It should be an interesting experience to anyone
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We had a wonderful local tour guide who included this museum. Learned a lot about this part of Europe from pre-historic to Mother Teresa. Now am going to read more about the Elyrians, the predecessors of the modern Albanians and fierce warriors who protected Europe...More
This museum is not very big, but very interesting and well organized. Interesting place if you want to learn about the country and people.
Starts from the beginning, with flint tools found locally, and takes you to liberation after WWII. Really cheap to get in and isn't huge so doesn't get dull. There is a little gift shop selling hand made scarves, clothing and jewelry. Only slight problem was...More
A pretty good place to go to learn about the county and there people . well set out with all the history including all the conflict and troubles the Albanian people have suffered
We walked next door from our Tirane International Hotel and entered without cost on this Saturday. After seeing the entry's special exhibit of "Behind the Iron Curtain" Dutch photos, we entered the ground floors permanent exhibit concentrating on the countries archaeology. The well lighted Neolithic...More
I took a tour of the museum. It was quite extensive (almost too long), though there were a lot of exhibits depicting Albania throughout all the ages.
If you are interested in Albania's history - or, more pertinently, in Albanians' view of their history - the place is certainly worth visiting. It is big enough to spend several hours. The exhibit includes, of course, lots of purpose-built displays (maps, photos, etc), lots...More
It is important to visit this museum to educate yourself so you respect the culture and customs. Reasonable entrance fee. Wear light clothing, as there was no air conditioning.