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Musei Civici di Palazzo Buonaccorsi

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munichfan2018 wrote a review Sep 2018
Munich, Germany3 contributions
Very interesting museum with a nice carriage collection in the cellar. The outstanding must to See are the gallerie of art in the beautiful rooms of the pallace! For me one of the best arranged galleries in Italy. Best value for your money!
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Andrea D wrote a review Jul 2018
Buenos Aires, Argentina115 contributions26 helpful votes
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During a 2 1/2 day visit to Macerata, I visited this museum which has been a fantastic surprise to me. It exhibits a variety of carriages used during different centuries in this area of Le Marche and provides a very complete perspective not only of the carriages but on the social, economic and cultural heritage of Macerata. A must go, no doubt.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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TanyaUsh wrote a review Jun 2018
San Francisco, California198 contributions33 helpful votes
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Great museum. Italian art of 14-18 centuries and contemporary art of 20th century. Best piece of the art is “Madonna with child” by Carlo Crivelli, 1473. The carriage museum is on the bottom. Very well maintained. Combined ticket to all three museums in Macherata cost only 7 Euro. Visit it from Friday through Sunday and you can go to the Palazzo Ricci Museum the same day too.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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LindseyLuc wrote a review Aug 2017
Cheshunt, United Kingdom108 contributions53 helpful votes
A meticulous layout, air conditioned and thoughtful presentation on what is a fairly limited subject- the history of the carraige. Some nice examples of arraiges and you really get a feel for how it would be to have travelled in this fashion by experiencing the Virtual Carraige ride towards the end of the exhibition. It is a limited subject however and after 10 minutes you generally ahve the gist of the history. There are 2 other floors with the top being dedicated to modern art- a little underwheming and the 1st floor renaissance - an improvement with the main room being the highlight. At only 3 Euros it is worth a visit but will only engage for 45 minutes or so.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Chris C wrote a review Feb 2017
Saint Paul, Minnesota293 contributions78 helpful votes
Great museum with old masters, Renaissance art, and a collection of carriages. Much bigger inside than it appears on the outside.
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Date of experience: May 2016
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