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All reviews several buildings worth a visit rich history aeolian islands extensive collection bronze age very interesting museum ancient theatre on display visited this museum small town next door ancient greek small island exhibits pottery pots
We finally visited the museum on our last day in Lipari. The climb to the top is not too arduous, and the views over the harbour and town are worth the effort.
The museum is divided between a number of buildings, and gives an excellent...More
We didn’t spend much time in the museum but much more entertaining was the delightful small amphitheatre and the avenue of stone tombs nearby. There are also lovely views of the harbour and of the roofs of the town to be had from the amphitheatre...More
Our tour guide lead us up the hill to the castle housing the museum; it is not really a long walk to get there. The exhibits are split into various sections, pots, prehistoric, masks and geological (although we did not have time to see this...More
The arduous climb leading to the area will take some of your strength away. However it is definitely worth it!
Various archaeological museums to visit in same area. Do check which ones will be open on the day of your visit because not all are...More
Wow! My jaw dropped every time I walked into a room. Stunning area of urns, tools, masks, jewelry. Great, detailed signage (in at least 3 languages), including English.
Beautiful views, church.
I visited from Panarea (easy 40 minutes journey because Lonely Planet mentions the museum/citadel...More
We visited the Castle's museum this morning, 650 meters up from our Marine Lunga apartment, following the signs along the main streets.
After paying our 6 Euros each, we were on our own, so we walked the grounds to take in the sunny views. Along...More
Just a short walk from the boat terminal is this treasure of a museum! We had no idea what to expect...we were absolutely amazed to find artifacts from prehistoric times.. Greek masks, pottery, and crowns just to name a few. Be sure to arrive early,...More
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As far as I know there are no museums on Lipari or exhibits of recent history and culture. I know there is also no such information in Milazzo the jumping off point for the Aeolian Islands. You will have to search... More
As far as I know there are no museums on Lipari or exhibits of recent history and culture. I know there is also no such information in Milazzo the jumping off point for the Aeolian Islands. You will have to search for a Risorgimento type museum to get some of that information. Other than that if your Italian is good enough you could ask at the churches to see if they have suitable records - birth/deaths/marriages.
There is a large cemetery on Lipari but we did not visit it.