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This is a great place to spend a few hours if you are into history. The exhibits trace the development of the Olbia area from the Bronze Age to Roman times.
Lots of artifacts displayed in cases and on the floor that include Roman ships...More
The busiest day of the week for tourism the world over and this was closed?! even though there were loads of tourists around. Very disappointed as we'd heard it was a good museum and worth a visit. Unfortunately there not much to do in Olbia...More
Found on the beautiful quayside in Olbia, this rather depressing looking museum on the outside gives one a surprise on the inside. Free entry and if you hand over your passport a running commentary as you walk round, essential as there aren’t many information boards....More
The museum is free and is easily found by the waters edge, opposite the main street, Corso Umberto 1.
We received a warm welcome from the staff. You need to leave photo ID if you wish to use the audio guide. We left our UK...More
Arrived after a lot of effort to actually find it from bus stop to be met with a member of staff who started by telling me they closed at 1pm .It was 12 10.Then when I asked for head set in English was told commentary...More
Visited twice during recent holiday near Olbia. Had to come back a second time as they refuse to give you head set without leaving photo identification (passport). Archaic system which needs to be addressed. Building is impressive. Exhibits are limited in number and any descriptions...More
Visited the museum today with my husband. An archaeologist gave us a really interesting talk on the nuaraghic period. There is an exhibition in this running at the museum at present. It cost ten Euro per person. Took approximately one hour and ended with a...More