The exhibit on the ground floor about the Etruscans is done well-enough, with decent lighting, labels, and sight lines, but the treasures upstairs, including some astonishing Egyptian ones, are another story. The lighting is bad, there are no labels for individual works or even groups of works, not even in Italian, and with the exception of a bit of Egyptian-style decoration in those rooms, the effect is more like walking into a museum's storage warehouse rather than the museum proper. Many of the pieces are so high on the shelves that a child would not be able to see much of them, and the reflections from the glass cases make seeing them even more difficult.
In most Italian museums, the guards know the works and are glad to answer questions. In this one, sadly, they seemed uninterested in either.
I'd still recommend visiting if you're interested in these kinds of works, but you'll unless you either already know everything or are happy to learn very little about the pieces, you'll leave as much frustrated as pleased.
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