Sunday 20 and Monday, April 21 opened all the National Archaeological Museums of Parma, Ferrara, Marzabotto (BO) and Sarsina (FC) and the ruins of the Roman Villa of Russi (RA) and the Roman city of Veleia (PC).
What's more, the National Etruscan Museum of Marzabotto, Easter family with a free guided tour at 16
The monumental remains of the Roman Veleia, the old history of Parma, the uniqueness dell'etrusca Marzabotto, the sensational the necropolis of Spina, the tombs and Roman mosaics of Sarsina or laborious life in the villa rustica Russians.
There's something for all tastes, and at a cost of just €, for those wishing to spend the Easter break visiting museums and archaeological sites state of Emilia-Romagna.
As a few years ago, in the days of Easter and Easter Monday the public will open all the museums managed by the Superintendence for Archaeological Heritage of Emilia-Romagna giving up closing on Monday to introduce their own excavations and collections.
The National Archaeological Museum of Ferrara (Via XX Settembre 122, info 0532.66299), open for Easter on Easter Monday from 9.30 to 19 (but closed on Tuesdays 22), hosts two exhibitions included in the ticket price, "Ferrara at the time of Ercole I d'Este. Archaeological excavations, restoration and urban renewal in the historic center of the city ", open until July 13, 2014, and" Returns ", a selection of artefacts seized by the Carabinieri for the Protection of Cultural Heritage, held until 30 June 2014.
The National Etruscan Museum "Pompeo Aria" and the excavations of Marzabotto / Kainua (Via Porrettana 13 South, info 051.932353), open from 9 to 13 and from 15 to 18.30 (archaeological area from 8 to 19), invite you to spend the afternoon of Easter in the family with a free guided tour (at 16) conducted by the Syrian Zucchini particularly aimed at engaging young people but for all, in the enchanting scenery of spring Etruscan city.
The National Archaeological Museum of Parma (Pilotta Palace, info 0521.233718) is open from 13 to 19, the National Archaeological Museum of Sarsina (Cesium Via Sabino, info 0547.94641) from 8.30 to 13.30 and the area of the Roman city of Veleia (Lugagnano Val d'Arda, PC, info 0523.807113) from 9 to 19
The Roman Villa of Russians (via Fiumazzo, info 0544.581357) is open at Easter and Easter Monday from 14 to 19 from 9 to 19
More information on the site www.archeobologna.beniculturali.it or directly to the museums.
National Archaeological Museum of Parma, Piazza della Pilotta, tel. 0521.233718 (admission € 4.00)
National Archaeological Museum of Ferrara, Via XX Settembre 122, tel. 0532.66299 (admission € 5.00)
National Etruscan Museum of Marzabotto (BO), Via Porrettana South 13, tel. 051.932353 (admission € 3.00)
Archaeological Museum of Sarsina (FC), Cesium Via Sabino 39, tel. 0547.94641 (admission € 3.00)
Archaeological Zone of Veleia (PC), Provincial Road 14, location Veleia Roman Lugagnano Val d'Arda, tel. 0523.807113 (admission € 2.00)
Villa Romana di Russi (RA), Fiumazzo Street, tel. 0544.581357 (admission € 2.00)