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Museo Internazionale delle Guerre Mondiali puts a comprehensive collection of items into a historical context showing the importance of the region in World War II. The exhibits include authentic pieces that once belonged to Italian, German, British...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Via Roma 61-67, 86070 Rocchetta Nuova, Rocchetta Al Volturno, Italy
Giovanni Capone is an excellent historian and collector.
It has been a truly pleasure walking into history listening from Giovanni touching stories of heroes of war. Giovanni is very passionate and proud of the work that is done to create a very unique museum, he...More
My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed our visit to this museum. The collection of photos, uniforms, weaponry, and other World War material is extensive and exceptional. It is well displayed and captured our attention for 2 hours. The curator, Johnny, has accumulated the items from...More
As an historian I cannot but underline that this place represents a very remarkable heritage for Italy and the world as well, in what we consider to be the very "memory" of almost two centuries of history.
Well prepared, well presented, well introduced by accurate...More
If you are in the area it is a must to go and see, we were so surprised to see how much has been collected. All items beautifully displayed, It was like a treasure trove going from room to room you could spend ages looking...More
My cousin brought me here on our visit, he insisted that we come and I brought my 2 daughters.. all of us were amazed and impressed. The collection John has put together, the way it's presented and the passion from the staff is 2nd to...More
Each year I visit family in the area but it wasn't until my last trip, I visited The Museo. I was guided through; amazed and impressed with the collections created by the curator to represent the countries of WWII. The meaning was very personal to...More
Really surprised as to how comprehensive this collection is for a small town museum. The curators have done an outstanding job at putting the items into a historical context showing the importance of the region (the core of the Gustav line) in the second world...More
On arrival for our stay at Vallefiorita, we were given a leaflet promoting this Museum. On seeking it out we saw what we initially thought was a small building which would possibly only take a few minutes to look around. On entering, however, we marvelled...More
We visited the Museum two weeks ago while staying at the Residence Vallefiorita in Rocchetta Alta. We had found out about the Museum through our hotel. As my father served with the Italian Navy during World War II, we were mesmerized by all the memorabilia....More