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San Gimignano 1300

Via la Costarella n. 3, 53037, San Gimignano, Italy
+39 327 439 5165
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This is the town of San Gimignano, re-created in miniature, as it appeared in medieval times. It is accompanied by historical dioramas and a fascinaating timeline of the town's history.A new and exciting activity through the streets of the medieval town, solving puzzles, riddles and pitfalls.The protagonists will receive a kit that includes a map of the city as it was in the 1300s, a pen and a 14 page booklet where they will find not only the riddles for the hunt but also detailed explanations on all the towers that still exist today,on the 4 “Contrade” or neighborhoods and the most important families of that period.The treasure hunt is available in Italian, English and French.
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“gelato” (35 reviews)
“ice cream” (23 reviews)
“walled city” (17 reviews)
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Via la Costarella n. 3, 53037, San Gimignano, Italy
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+39 327 439 5165
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Reviewed yesterday

We found this museum by accident wandering around the streets of San Gimignano and it was free to enter the scale model of the town with a donation recommended. There's also a little souvenir shop located in the same building. The model tells the story...More

Thank WillMarks
Reviewed 3 days ago

I've been to San G 3-times now. I could live here happily. I picked out "my house" on my first visit and on every subsequent visit I return to have my picture taken on the front stoop. During the day it is full of tourists...More

Thank clarebear05
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Go here quickly to see hotspots, but don't spend more than an hour. City is too overloaded with tourists and nothing authentic is left. Go here to see it because you can't miss it, but please go to smaller towns in Chianti area straight after....More

Thank Nienke v
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Old town very very interesting and amazing city well done Italy let's hope the city lasts another 1000 years for our kids

Thank Steve M
Reviewed 1 week ago

What a wonderful destination. Entering the walled city there is just so much to see and experience. Wonderful little shops with beautiful displays, world famous gelato stalls, wines, market stalls - it has the lot not to mention the history. Can get very busy so...More

Thank Catherine C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Don't miss this excellent museum with audio visual in English beautiful rooms to visit and the history behind this excellent house 6€ well worth it and you can stand on the terrace and take some fabulous photos ,very free and easy not lots of restrictions

Thank lorrainem134
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Worth having a walk around this exhibition,museum. This traces back the history of San Gimignano back to the 1300 hundreds. It explains how the City was developed and grew.

Thank Getabout01
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

From the moment you enter this walled city you will be mesmerised by its beauty, cleanliness and buzzy atmosphere. And the views from lots of places within are magical! You can't visit Tuscany and not go to Dan Gimignano. Lots of little eateries, market stalls...More

Thank Stephen Y
Reviewed 18 August 2017 via mobile

Everyone said to go here...a must see. We were so disappointed. The town is so polished for tourists it looks fake. Just full of overpriced shops and very crowded. If you're after a quaint historical village don't go here. Even the highly acclaimed gelateria was...More

1  Thank miss_bubbles1
Reviewed 16 August 2017 via mobile

Too many cars, people and only tourist. shops or food is all focused on tourist food. Town looks good but this is not nice due to sooooo many tourist.

1  Thank Marco O
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JenzaW
12 June 2016|
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Response from John R | Reviewed this property |
Yes, most travel agencies have excursion trips. But there is a train that can bring you to the San Gimignano area and from the station you can take a cab.
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Super593
16 February 2015|
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Response from Miguel C | Reviewed this property |
yes are open, not only the restaurants but all the attraction. ALL THE DAY! :)
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