Via S. Eliodoro, 56, Altino, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy
Altino's Archaeological Museum
The Altino's National Archaeological Museum presents to the public the most representative archaeological finds of pre-Roman and Roman Altino, the main city, and The Venetians' ancient port.
On the ground floor there are the prehistoric sections of "the Bronze Age" and "the Iron Age" of the city (as well as a sampling of prehistoric materials from the lagoon) with the exhibition of prehistoric finds from the Mesolithic to the passage from the Bronze Age to the Iron Age and pre-Roman artefacts related to the town, places of worship and the necropolis, including two horse burials.
The reconstructions of important funerary contexts in wooden boxes and in tiled enclosures testify to the Altino's funeral rituals in the fifth century BC and during the Romanization period. Continue to the first floor with the indigenous Romanization's settlement period and with the Altinum's Roman city.
The course analyzes the continuity and change of the elements determined by the progressive contact with the Rome's reality and documents the various aspects of the public and private life of the municipium: urban planning, architecture, articulation of society, artistic expression, trade.
April to September:
Tuesday> Sunday 8.30 - 19.30; Monday closed
October to March:
Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday 8.30 - 19.30; Tuesday and Thursday: 9am - 2.15pm; Monday closed.
(the ticket office closes 30 minutes earlier)
Full ticket: € 5.00
Reduced ticket: € 2.00 (for EU citizens between the ages of 18 and 25, upon presentation of an identity document; teachers with permanent positions in state schools).
We advise you to visit the website of the Altino Museum before you visit us and check if there are variations in costs and schedules.
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Warning: BATHING IS FORBIDDEN
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