If you can't read Italian you will be wasting your time. Lots of visually interesting objects but very little description in English.
We found the staff to be rude and resentful of us being there, despite the fact that we were the only ones in the museum. One guard followed us as closely as if she were with us. They had open doors to the garden, and when we walked toward the door, they bit our heads off, in Italian. The pieces... 更多
It is interesting reading all of the other reviews and then thinking about what to say. Travelling with an archaeologist it's no shock that we decided to visit this museum. As previously mentioned, it is easy to see that they are busy upgrading the building - but that only gets in the way of your experience if you are choosing... 更多
I really want to highly recommend the Archaeological Museum but I definitely would not at this time. I came here for the first time about 10 years ago, and remember it as an often overlooked treasure in Florence, with the bronze sculpture the Chimera of Arezzo and the Idolino of Pesaro. The Egyptian section is extremely impressive too. However, it... 更多
Take a 4 euro break from all the other museums and galleries and get an excellent history lesson with an impressive collection. Ground floor in construction Flux but follow the "museum itenary" signs to the first floor for an amazing Egyptian collection. Second floor covers the complete history of Italy with another comprehensive collection. All have English translations. The Chimera... 更多
For me this museum beat all the rest hands down even though we stumbled on it by accident walking across town from the hop-on/hop-off bus stop, and despite the fact we couldn't read much at all of the signs on the exhibits. This refers to hardly any English signage which probably stems from the fact that there were no tourists... 更多
The Archeological museum is not an upbeat modern museum so might be a little boring for the really young but it is well worth a visit if you enjoy treasures from the past. They seem to also have regular small but very interesting special exhibitions which are worth a visit. We have never found it to be crowded and it... 更多
We had walked past this museum and chose to go another day using the time schedule we saw on Trip Advisor and the museum itself. We decided to go this afternoon after our city guided tour. Walked all the way there only to find out, it was not open at all as the reviews and time schedule on the building... 更多
This is one of the most important museums in the town and it must be visited imperatively. Awesome collections, specially the etruscan, greek and egiptian.
Visited it on the free-entrance Sunday on 2nd of August and it was a nice escape from all the church themed paintings we've seen for the past few days in all the art museums, palazzos and galleries. The first part with the small (<20cm) statues of roman gods is short and well organized with info in English and the ancient... 更多