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Sicily has a LOT of amazing archaeological museums, and this one is no exception. It is very comprehensive. But certainly the highlight is the telamon in the centre of the museum. Definitely a must see! The gift shop is lovely, and is next to a...More
This is a busy place and quite noisy, the space is big but noise travels everywhere! Hard to get time to relax and enjoy the exhibits. Pottery is very good and don’t miss the coin collection hidden behind the toilets!
No chronology of the exhibits...More
We did the walking part of temples and included the museum. We took a break and went to lunch outside at trattoria up hill which was great too. This museum has more things in it. One of the best displays of antiquities you will ever...More
Coming from the Valley of the Temples we wanted to find something comfortable and cool. The entry to parking is a major challenge, extremely poor graphics and poorly maintained pathways. The entry to the museum itself is also very confusing. You first come upon a...More
The museum is certainly worth a visit, particularly if its hot outside. As with most museum of this type, it houses an impressive collection of artifacts. The majority of the artifacts are showcased and relatively small in size, so quite a deal of reading is...More
....even if you are exhausted from a full day in the Valley of the Temples. The collection is wonderful. However there is a singular reason for coming here: the telamon from the Temple of Olympian Zeus. It is displayed upright in a huge hall, quite...More
I visited recently with friends and took the part in the walking tour – It’s a MUST see! Our guide was brilliant with mounds of knowledge. We visited at sunset and got some beautiful photos. Wear appropriate shoes, theres lots of hills/steps/tracks routes to walk
Museo Archeologic of Agrigento is a must visit in the South of Italy. It is a wide park in the top of the hill, with some beautiful ruins of ancient Greek Gods. The Greeks wanted that any foreign was able to see their temples from...More