Museo Della Citta Di RiminiCurrently Open [Closes at 07:00 pm]
The museum of the city of Rimini is a beautifully curated museum that represents the fascinating history of the city. From mosaics to relics, a number of objects of the city’s past are brilliantly displayed in this restored building that was originally used as a hospital. The museum was inaugurated as an Archaeological Gallery, thanks to the avid interest take by archaeologist Luigi Tonini.
- Reduced: 4 EUR (children under 14 years old, adults over 65 and groups of at least 12 people)
- Groups accompanied by guides accredited Emilia Romagna, Students- 2 EUR
- Admission is free for children up to 7 years
- Nearest Bus Stop: Piazza Ferrari, Cavalieri
- Magna Grecia
- Trattoria Farini
- CAFFE COMMERCIO
- I 4 Moschettieri
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75.74% of people who visit Rimini include Museo Della Citta Di Rimini in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
47.95% of people start their Museo Della Citta Di Rimini visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Museo Della Citta Di Rimini
51.67% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Museo Della Citta Di Rimini
Wonderful examples of Roman and Rimini history and culture. Free on Wednesdays! 3 floors so allow plenty of time
Archaeological collection is one of the most interesting of Rimini area: beginning from Neolithic evidences, you can find witnesses of Villanoviani civilization, pre- and roman trasures. Also modern collection is truly an unique counting in itself Bellini's, Ghirlandaio's, Guercino's artworks. If you want to know better City history and stories, this is the right place!
Unexpectedly nice little museum
Very interesting museum of the origins of the city. Well laid out with loads of good information in Italian and English. The exhibit linked to the Domus across the street is also fascinating. Wonderful mosaics! The staff were also particularly friendly and welcoming.
Beautiful place, stunning exposition, very friendly staff. Just one thing missing - descriptions of exhibition pieces in English. Nevertheless, it's a place you HAVE to visit during a stay in Rimini.