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Museo di Santa Giulia

Via Dei Musei 81/b, 25121 Brescia, Italy
+39 030 240 0640
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Excellent museum

My husband and I spent several enjoyable hours in this very complex and deeply researched museum... read more

Reviewed yesterday
avidtraveler1946
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Ione, California
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Beautiful Museum

History and art weil presented in a wonderful building. Impressive presentation of excavation of... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
tikopiadreamer
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Munich, Germany
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  • Average3%
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Via Dei Musei 81/b, 25121 Brescia, Italy
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+39 030 240 0640
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

My husband and I spent several enjoyable hours in this very complex and deeply researched museum. I was fascinated by the multiple cultures that thrived in this region. I would return to Brescia to revisit this spot since there was too much for me to...More

Thank avidtraveler1946
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

History and art weil presented in a wonderful building. Impressive presentation of excavation of roman houses, magnificent Bronze Statue of Victor goddess

Thank tikopiadreamer
Reviewed 27 August 2017 via mobile

This former convent abounds in beautiful artifacts, art and religious objects from Brescia's long city history starting from pre-historic times and illustrating all the important periods of European history. In summer it is well-air conditioned. The circulation within the museum is a bit complicated but...More

Thank joyceheard
Reviewed 19 August 2017

This collection and how it is presented is absorbing. Allow a decent amount of time and take a break half way.

Thank RalphJGreen
Reviewed 12 August 2017 via mobile

Well worth the visit as is Brescia. The day we visited it was free in all museums and amazingly it was virtually empty. Visited most of the cities in the north and lets of museums and this is up there with them all.

Thank richarddV8944WT
Reviewed 11 August 2017

...and didn't have to pay. This museum is huge, but luckily it is also breathtaking making it possible to visit with young children who were impressed by both the beautiful fresco's and the reconstructions of old roman ruins. We had to explain our children that...More

Thank pedrde
Reviewed 1 August 2017

OK, we're geeks and we LOVE old art. This was by far the most outstanding stop we made in our recent Italy trip (yes, above the Ambrosiana and National Gallery in Milan and the Umbria National Gallery in Perugia!) If you want to see what...More

2  Thank bunnyjlb
Reviewed 21 July 2017 via mobile

Very Nice fresco's in churches, a monastry, marble statues, archeological findings, paintings from the 16-18th century and So on. Very impressive.

Thank Jan-Auwke D
Reviewed 7 June 2017 via mobile

Perhaps this museum is unique in its combination of pre-historic, Roman, Venetian & Medieval archeological sites that are actually part of the museum buildings which include a Roman temple & theatre, three churches & a monastery integrated with a well designed contemporary building, in which...More

Thank Erniewashere
Reviewed 26 April 2017

The City Museum, unique in its design and location - a monastic complex of Lombard foundation - and with display areas covering 14,000 m², offers a journey through Brescia’s history, art and spirituality from prehistoric times to the present day.

Thank nilnaveen28
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travel_savvy_NY
26 July 2015|
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Response from REO-LTL | Reviewed this property |
Go to their website! As with all museums it changes seasonally. Plus when I was there they closed part of the museum for a special one day private event without notifying people until after you bought your ticket. But... More
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