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#1 of 79 Museums in Province of Catania
Nowadays it houses both a university as well as a museum.
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#2 of 79 Museums in Province of Catania
We qualified for the reduced admission as we were over 65 years of age and after 14 days of museums and archeology sites visited this was the best.
This is a terrific museum to visit for anyone interested in World War II in general, the Allies landing on Sicily and the start of the Italian Campaign or Sicilians’ experience of the War.
#3 of 79 Museums in Province of Catania
I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to the Museum of Music today -- it was an unexpected delight.
#4 of 79 Museums in Province of Catania
This Educational and interesting museum really made the trip to Mount Etna more meaningful.
#5 of 79 Museums in Province of Catania
The view is spectacular, the building itself is impressive, and there is a lovely little cactus garden, plus a tiny but really cool geological/natural history museum.
Great views of the sea, and a little mini museum of some artifacts.
#6 of 79 Museums in Province of Catania
If you are interested in the history of film you will love this little museum.
you will see the large chimneys that are part of the museum complex as you are approaching the museum.
#7 of 79 Museums in Province of Catania
Admission is inexpensive and the museum is well curated, including sculpture from as early as the first century AD and paintings as late as the 18th century AD.
A very old Castel has been converted into a blend of a contemporary art museum with ancient sculptures or remnants of stone pillars or sarcophagi mingled in.
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#8 of 79 Museums in Province of Catania
#9 of 79 Museums in Province of Catania
#10 of 79 Museums in Province of Catania
If you are passionate about literature and cinema you must visit this tiny but meaningful museum dedicated to the reality that inspired both Giovanni Verga's novel I Malavoglia and Luchino Visconti's film La terra...
A special thanks to the young gentleman GUIDE on check in at MUSEUM.....He was very informative and caring.