This place is a must see because it shows you the evolution of the Sardinian's teritory: starting with Naruxi formation period until our ages. There is also information in english 🙂
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Sardinia has a complicated and very interesting history and this museum serves as a great introduction. Interestingly arranged exposition, especially about the Nuraghic culture. Clearly parts of exposition on the higher floors are still awaiting some refurbishment. Also, it would be great if the descriptions...More
After a solid walk up the hill well worth taking in this museum. Very comprehensive collection of larger pieces and then tiny and beautifully crafted coins and artifacts.
Remade since a few years the Museo Archeologico of Cagliari is the place to be when you want to understand the history of the island. It has a well exposed collection of nuraghi art and also a good explanation of the archeological scenes on the...More
An interesting and clear museum with galleries sorted into chronological order. The English translations are very good and clear and there are a number of interesting artifacts to look at.
Situated a little way from the centre of the city, it is well worth a visit. If Archeology is your subject you will probably give it 5/5. Even with my short attention span it was still interesting.
Four levels with English information and an elevator. Nuraghic civilization was amazing,unique to Sardinia and previously unknown to us.Most discoveries are relatively recent.If you have any interest in archaeology do not miss this excellent museum .Be sure to see the stone "giants" on the third...More
I visited this Museum last fall and I saw there everything I was expecting to see plus much more! Famous artifacts, such as Phoenician clay masks, then the stone and bronze sculptures left by the Nuragic civilization, coins, jewellery objects, Neolithic ceramic and other artifacts...More
The Museum is worth the trip. Remember you can't easily park directly infront of it, but there are is parking in the streets around it. While on the way, look around: you can catch a beautiful view over Cagliari. The museum itself is 3/4 stories...More