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Villa Romana e Antiquarium

Via Santa Lucia, 84010 Minori, Italy
+39 089 852893
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Free attraction

Well worth a visit very friendly staff. Free attraction the only issue being all the displays were... read more

Reviewed 8 August 2017
Tessa B
via mobile
History in open air

This Villa Romana is one of the oldest in the region.It is well preserved and the entrance is... read more

Reviewed 28 July 2017
Silaghi O
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“free entry” (9 reviews)
“small museum” (7 reviews)
Via Santa Lucia, 84010 Minori, Italy
+39 089 852893
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Reviewed 8 August 2017 via mobile

Well worth a visit very friendly staff. Free attraction the only issue being all the displays were in Italian but we were give. An hand out in English

Thank Tessa B
Reviewed 28 July 2017

This Villa Romana is one of the oldest in the region.It is well preserved and the entrance is free.The local historians hold a tiny museum with ancient artefacts.If you are in Minori you must go see this place! Visit the yard with the little fountain.Staff...More

Thank Silaghi O
Reviewed 25 July 2017

An interesting place in a little village, with beautiful mosaic. Staff are friendly and can help with some additional info (probably ony in Italian).

Thank Zsuzsanna P
Reviewed 24 July 2017 via mobile

Staying in Minori came across the Roman Villa ruins. A single small building but we'll worth it. It about 2000 years old with some very well preserved artifacts. We spent about 30 mins looking around. Oh and it's FREE entry, you just sign in. They...More

Thank docgary
Reviewed 8 July 2017

We stayed in a hotel with the same name and missed the connection at first. ( Must be dim). The place is huge and really interesting. Free to enter, just sign the book. Could do with guides, but an understated jewel.

Thank goddo_11
Reviewed 2 July 2017 via mobile

Just off the main drag and quite easy to find. 20 minutes wandering round is just right. Amazing mosaic and you can still see lots of paint on the walls (faded over 2000 years eh?). The small museum has some English guides so grab one...More

Thank Paul C
Reviewed 30 June 2017

Read about this before we went so made a point of going there. Easy to find, about 100 metres back from the beach. Museum at ground level, no entry fee just sign the visitors book. Back outside and down the slope for a wander around...More

Thank LangtonBracknell
Reviewed 25 June 2017 via mobile

We popped in here after lunch when exploring the Amalfi coast and were delighted to find this lovely little museum. A number of Roman artefacts to enjoy and then you get to walk through the villa,very enjoyable and away from the crowds. We were the...More

Thank RachyA1989
Reviewed 30 May 2017

A wonderful opportunity to view the excavated villa and view the frescoes that have been recovered and see the model of what the villa would have looked like.

Thank 321linken
Reviewed 30 May 2017

At the back of our hotel and fascinating place to visit. Welcoming and free to enter, history information in lots of languages. Very interesting place enjoyed our visit

Thank topcat152015
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3 March 2017|
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Response from Philippa S | Reviewed this property |
Open from memory 10am. It's not that big but is interesting. There was nothing in English that I remember but I did work out what the items were. worth a visit and then a coffee or lunch locally. Have fun.