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Museo di Santa Giulia

Via Dei Musei 81/b, 25121 Brescia, Italy
+39 030 240 0640
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Museo di Santa Giulia

The City Museum, unique in its design and location - a monastic complex of Lombard foundation - and... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
nilnaveen28
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Marseille, France
World Class Museum

This museum was absolutely fabulous. The exhibits extend through the history of Brescia from Roman... read more

Reviewed 11 April 2017
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3 weeks ago
“Museo di Santa Giulia”
11 Apr 2017
“World Class Museum”
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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 3 weeks ago

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
Reviewed 11 April 2017

This museum was absolutely fabulous. The exhibits extend through the history of Brescia from Roman times to current. Part was a new building and part was the ancient monastery. We spent about 3 hours, but I would like to go back again. The area is...More

Thank DAVID A
Reviewed 10 April 2017 via mobile

This museum has multiple parts. The one you see the most pictures of is the restores pillars. This Building also has some nice but minimal artifacts and a video presentation, of about five minutes available in English. The video is interesting in that it covers...More

Thank linda p
Reviewed 16 March 2017

A large varied and wonderful museum. Spend the whole day here its beautiful and fascinating. Its a walk though history. Everybody will have there favourite part the Church of San Salvatore was mine but the museum has enough in it so that everyone will find...More

Thank universal42
Reviewed 3 February 2017

I've been to Museo di Santa Giula three times. It is literally multi layers. The bottom layer consists of excavations of Roman houses showing their floor plans, and some frescos. The second layer is archaeolgical excavtions of early church foundations. The Third layer is the...More

1  Thank Mary S
Reviewed 12 January 2017 via mobile

The Museum is amazing and it includes an incredible in loco view of ruins of houses of Ancient Rome. The museum was empty. You can buy a ticket to visit the museum and the capitolium, which is also intersting, but you can only access a...More

Thank Bruno R
Reviewed 5 January 2017

Wonderful museum in extensive collection of Medieval and Renaissance art, also significant Roman ruins, including impressive mosaics. This site is quite underrated and worth the visit, if staying in Milan for a few days.

Thank Nectarinii
Reviewed 9 November 2016

The museum is amazing for the quantity and quality of the pieces exposed, for the ease of visit and for the churches included in the visit. Very nice the exhibit of Roman villas. Every piece in labeled also in English.

1  Thank USExpatsThe3Cs
Reviewed 15 October 2016

this is an important museum to visit. the buildings themselves are all historic from various ages. Part of a roman city is completely enclosed and excavated within a wing of this museum. some amazing treasures. Many items in excellent condition

Thank Enrico_in_Sicilia
Reviewed 15 October 2016 via mobile

A large collection, good location but very bad presentation. Enjoyable if you are a history buff or an art expert but long and boring for the average visitor. "Here is the stuff we found under the building".

Thank Alexander T
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travel_savvy_NY
what are the open and closing hours of this museum
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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