This museum is fantastic but I saw no publicity about it anywhere and would never have found it without Trip Advisor. Even our Sicilian hosts hadn't heard of it! I find the history of Italian Fascism very interesting and normally you find very little mention of it in Italian museums. Here there was a wealth of information, including a vast array of memorabilia. Most impressive though was the reconstruction of the 1943 village square and the air raid experience. Actually made the hairs on my neck stand up. I learnt a huge amount and thoroughly enjoyed it. One point though - the English translations are poor and many video installations are unsubtitled. There are many English and American visitors who would enjoy the museum more if there was more effort put in to the translation side. Also, the visitors' book was at the entrance - so I couldn't tell you how brilliant the museum was when I left! I was the only person in the museum for the whole of my visit - what a shame. Get more publicity - you are fantastic!
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