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Museo Etrusco

Via Folgore da San Gimignano, 53037, San Gimignano, Italy
+39 0577 940384
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Interesting Old Medicinal Museum - Not fussed with the modern art

Since we had bought the Museum Ticket to go into the town hall and tower and it included these as... read more

Reviewed 20 May 2016
Adrian T
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Perth, Australia
The collection of museums in town is one of the treasures of the region.

In one of the squares of the City, near the municipal building, is the entrance to the museum and... read more

Reviewed 6 December 2015
NJTravellingfool
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Ridgewood, NJ
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20 May 2016
“Interesting Old Medicinal Museum - Not fussed with the modern art”
5 Dec 2015
“The collection of museums in town is one of the treasures of the region.”
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Via Folgore da San Gimignano, 53037, San Gimignano, Italy
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Reviewed 20 May 2016

Since we had bought the Museum Ticket to go into the town hall and tower and it included these as well, we thought we would go in and have a look. The La spezieria di Santa Fina was quite interesting and had all of the...More

Thank Adrian T
Reviewed 6 December 2015

In one of the squares of the City, near the municipal building, is the entrance to the museum and tower. The museum goes up several flights of stairs and in each there are some striking pieces of art. If you have the stamina, you can...More

Thank NJTravellingfool
Reviewed 6 November 2015

This is a smallish museum situated away from the town center. It is worth a visit however. There are a number of archaeological exhibits. The exhibit we stumbled upon with great pleasure was a photographic exhibit of the contemporary Italian photographer Franco Fontana which gave...More

Thank RodMcLeod
Reviewed 23 June 2015

Seeing ancient artifacts is always fascinating but this is about as ancient as you can get. Its a fairly large museum and everything is marked. We really enjoyed the statues.

Thank TREVI36
Reviewed 25 May 2015

We called in here purely by accident, we looked through the doorway of the courtyard on the way back to the car park. The lady at the entrance was very helpful and happy and because we had already paid for the Torre Grande ticket our...More

Thank MarcusHurley
Reviewed 23 February 2015

My wife and I spent almost two hours in this museum. What a blessing that one gentleman collected and kept al these artefacts for later generations. As an engineer by education I wondered how these craftsmen 2000 years ago managed to make all these beautiful...More

1  Thank Karel39
Reviewed 4 November 2014

The museum was well worth our visit. It has a good collection of regional Etruscan material culture. Although the collection is dominated by the large number of funerary urns, there were enough other objects to hold our interest. Two highlights of the collection on display...More

3  Thank Michael A
Reviewed 30 May 2014

There is nothing like seeing the findings of hidden treasures from the Etruscan times. They are like none other! Facinating~

Thank jeffreyshapiro
Reviewed 24 September 2013

Not the first museum in the area that has some nice stuff on diplay. But many have not more then an Italian explaination. Same in Volterra Etruscan museum. Why ??

1  Thank Erik V
Reviewed 26 August 2012

Volterra is another nice city, it's from the same old San Gimignano period and, at that time probably Volterra was more interesting because close to the seaside; the museum is interesting to see because most of our villages like Volterra, San Gimingnano etc. are from...More

Thank lanciotti g
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