The Sardinian Ethnographic Museum (Italian: Istituto Etnografico della Sardegna), is an ethnographic museum in Nuoro, Sardinia. Its goal is to display the traditional life of the region. The museum building was built between the 1950s and the 1960s . The museum exhibits show all aspects of the material culture of the traditional Sardinian including clothes, jewels, weapons, masks, traditional musical... 更多
The museum has been recently renovated and the part I visited seems now to be called the 'Museo del Costume'. The Sardinian costumes were the most interesting to me having read the book 'Sea and Sardinia' by D.H. Lawrence in which he describes people's clothes so I was keen to see what he meant since nobody wears such clothes any... 更多
Not for anyone who doesn't speak Italian. I don’t understand how a museum for international visitors can have Italian only information and explanations?! The only English is to tell you the price and the times at the entrance. I really wanted to learn about Sardinian culture and history but all I could do was look at pictures and admire costumes.... 更多
You must travel to the Barbagia and visit the Nuoro Museum of Popular Life and Traditions, with your family! Located in the center of town, and surrounded by all of Nuoro’s natural beauty up in the mountains, this Costume Museum gives the visitor a glimpse back in time, of an ancient people and their traditions, colors, fabrics, tools and the... 更多
There is the complete story of Sardinian life from the traditional costumes, musical instruments, masks and even the houses! And it's cheap to go in!
An insight into the culture and traditions of Sardinia, a wonderful collection of traditional costumes jewellery and masks. an informative... 更多
Apparently under restoration with reduced number of rooms. Didn't spoil the visit and was worthwhile going.
Very good collection of typical costumes worn on festival days, as well as local clothing. Also extensive collection of jewelry,... 更多