The museum is fantastic as long as you have not over museumed by this point on your trip to Rome. The Colossus of Constantine and the statue of Marcus Aurelius are great sites to see. You cannot take your backpack with you so I suggest leaving it in the lockers that are free, and bringing your camera and/or video cam and some water and possibly a guidebook. I believe they do not officially allow cameras, but this was not enforced like it is at the Vatican. I video taped and snapped camera shots without repurcussion. The two museums are connected by an underground tunnel. If you cant find it just ask a museum rep. Even if they dont speak English they will understand what you are trying to find. The underground tunnel between the two museums I found fascinating. It is filled with tombstone epitaphs in latin of average Roman citizens. Roma Pass works here. Otherwise it is a 5 euro entry fee.
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