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When we visited the musea the first impression was oke, but not overwhelming. In hind sight this was because we went the wrong route, because halfway through the collection we found the most upper floor where we were blown away by the "giganti di monte...More
A superb museum, modern displays, with rich collections filling large cases. The whole of Sardinian Archaeology is here, and much of it is magnificent. There are clean toilets, good cafe, excellent souvenir shop. Closed on Mondays.
If you are in the center of Cagliari, you should visit this museum. The exhibits are presented in a clear, educational way. The explanations help to understand the history of the island and all the objects found in the archeological sites.
This is well worth a visit. We are staying out of city and wanted something non tourist to do in city. The museum is situated at top of hill so definitely take some water with you. Not brilliantly signposted but google maps got us there....More
This museum walks you through the early history of human populated Sardinia, about 7000 BC through Roman domination. The displays are excellent, with lots of examples of the types of tools, weapons and other things that were made by a very interesting set of peoples....More
Well worth the hike up to this point. Once you are in the old part of the city, you get a real sense of old town. How many black cobbles and chains. This is the real Cagliari up here, even that spooky sky walk lift...More
What a magnificent and well-organized museum! I could have spent an entire day enjoying and learning from the displays. If one is interested in the history and prehistory of Sardinia, this is a wonderful place to begin an education. Photos without flash are allowed and...More
Schoolchildren have an area in which they can leave backpacks while touring the museum, but it is unsecured. The staff seem very helpful, and I'm sure they would be willing to put luggage behind the desk for visitors. I did... More
Schoolchildren have an area in which they can leave backpacks while touring the museum, but it is unsecured. The staff seem very helpful, and I'm sure they would be willing to put luggage behind the desk for visitors. I did not see any lockers for luggage at the facility.