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Easter and Easter Monday 2015: a surprise at the museums!

The monumental ruins of Roman Veleia, the uniqueness of the Etruscan city of Marzabotto or the laborious life in the rustic villa in Russi, but also the millennium long history of Parma, the dowries of Spina or the many Roman inscriptions of ancient Sassina.

There is really something for everyone, and everything is free on Easter, for those looking to spend this holiday weekend visiting the public museums and archeological sites in Emilia-Romagna. Just like the past few years, all of the museums will remain open on Monday to allow citizens to appreciate the archeological digs and collections; they will be open both on Easter Sunday, free of charge, and on Easter Monday, with a small admission fee.

The National Etruscan Museum “Pompeo Aria” (Via Porrettana Sud 13, BO info 051.932353) will be open from 9.00 am to 6.30 pm while the archeological area of Marzabotto/Kainua can be visited from 8.00 am to 7.00 pm.

The Roman Villa in Russi (via Fiumazzo, RA info 0544.581357) and the ruins of the Roman city of Veleia (Lugagnano Val d'Arda, PC, info 0523.807113) will both be open both days from 9.00 am to 7.00 pm.

The National Archeological Museum of Ferrara (Via XX Settembre 122, info 0532.66299) will be open from 9.30 am to 5.00 pm and the National Archeological Museum of Sarsina (Via Cesio Sabino, FC info 0547.94641) from 8.30 am to 1.30 pm (at both museums the ticket office closes a half hour before closing time).

Also open from 1.00 pm to 7.00 pm is the National Archeological Museum of Parma (Palazzo della Pilotta, info 0521.233718) with reduced admission fees only on Easter Sunday.

The opening of museums on Easter Sunday is part of the initiative #DomenicaalMuseo (#SundayattheMuseum) where every first Sunday of the month, the public cultural institutions (museums, galleries, archeological sits, parks, gardens and monuments) are open free of charge for all visitors. Before visiting, we recommend calling the museum you wish to visit to be sure it is open.

For more information visit the website of the Superintendency or contact the museums directly.

 

National Etruscan Museum of Marzabotto (BO)

Via Porrettana sud 13, tel. 051.932353

Admission € 3.00, free for kids under age 18

 

Archeological site of Veleia (PC)

Strada Provinciale 14, Veleia Romana, Lugagnano Val d’Arda, tel. 0523.807113
Admission € 2.00, free for kids under age 18

 

Roman Villa in Russi (RA)

Via Fiumazzo, tel. 0544.581357

Admission € 2.00, free for kids under age 18

 

National Archeological Museum of Parma

Piazza della Pilotta, tel. 0521.233718

Admission € 4.00, free for kids under age 18

 

National Archeological Museum of Ferrara

Via XX settembre 122, tel. 0532.66299

Admission € 5.00, free for kids under age 18

 

National Archeological Museum of Sarsina (FC)

Via Cesio Sabino 39, tel. 0547.94641

Admission € 3.00, free for kids under age 18

Last modified Mar 31, 2015

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