I did use the English audio guide, but even then, clearly better suited to Italian speakers, which is a pity. I did feel I missed a lot, but still happy I went. It's just frustrating when there's obviously much more than I understood.
There's not actually a lot of things displayed, and much of the multimedia (videos etc) is purely for Italian speakers. Pity, because it looked like an interesting museum. I have mixed feelings about it because of this, though think it was worth it overall. The order is a bit odd - started off chronological but then about 1/2 way through seemed to start jumping around a lot. But one of the exhibits had stuff about Emilia Ars - group started in Bologna which produced the most glorious paintings and lacework, responding to the art nouveau times. I'm glad I went for that alone, thou damn I wish I could have understood more!
Oh, and a lovely cafe with lovely young woman serving good food and drinks in a lovely central light filled area. Cannot say the same about the ticket seller, who was far more interested in her phone than anything else.