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  • Santa Marinella
    Museo Civico del Mare e della Navigazione Antica
  • Santa Marinella
    Museo Civico del Mare e della Navigazione Antica
  • Santa Marinella
    Museo Civico del Mare e della Navigazione Antica
  • Santa Marinella
    Museo Civico del Mare e della Navigazione Antica

Museo Civico del Mare e della Navigazione Antica

Roma - Santa Marinella
Museums

 

The Site reopens to visitors on April 27 for the DL 52 of April 22, 2021
Online booking required for Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

The “Museo Civico del Mare e della Navigazione Antica” is part of the extraordinary archaeological and monumental area of Pyrgi and the Castle of Santa Severa. A place of great historical importance for the north coast of Rome, frequented from prehistoric times to the present day in an uninterrupted manner.

In 2016, twenty-three years after its establishment as a Naval Antiquarium, the Museum presents to the public in a completely new look and enhanced in terms of exhibition space, assembly and contents.

Seven rooms house more than one hundred exhibits distributed along an exhibition and educational tour that introduces visitors to the theme of underwater archeology and ancient navigation submitting several interesting aspects of “life on the sea and for the sea”.

The museum is intended to preserve and enhance the archaeological evidence from the cerite coastal waters between Alsium and Centumcellae, with particular reference to the port of Pyrgi.

The museum, created in collaboration with the Archaeological Superintendence for Southern Etruria, Lazio Region and the Province of Rome, allows you to easily get closer to the world of ancient mariners through effective reconstruction of real environments and instrumentations as the result of the patient work of research by the Maritime Studies Center of the museum, in collaboration with specialists from various Italian universities and other European countries.

The work led to the creation of a very special Museo Civico del Mare e della Navigazione Antica, able undoubtedly to stimulate interest and curiosity about the world of sailing the ancient Mediterranean; awarded since 2005 the regional quality brand, explained several times to the Italian public by popular TV shows such as Blue Line, Geo & Geo and lastly Superquark by Piero and Alberto Angela, it is a dynamic museum that is to be a new scientific point of reference and culture in the north coast of Rome.

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How to reach the site

  • By car: Highway A12 – exit Santa Marinella /Santa Severa towards Rome. At km 52,500 of the SS 1 Aurelia turn in the direction of the Castle; proceed down the avenue to the end
  • By bus: by COTRAL transport from Cornelia station stops Santa Marinella.”
  • By train: by COTRAL transport from Cornelia station stops Santa Marinella.

Services and Accessibility

educational tours for individuals
educational tours for groups
bookshop
  • The Site reopens to visitors on April 27 for the DL 52 of April 22, 2021

  • Online booking required for Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

Info and Reservation

Museo Civico del Mare e della Navigazione Antica

Santa Marinella

Coopculture

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Didactic tours

Individuals
  • Standard € 5,00

    Reduced € 3,00

Groups
  • Guided tour on request in ita/eng/fr/ger/spa, max 20 pax  

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Museo Civico del Mare e della Navigazione Antica

Santa Marinella

Coopculture

Hours

Open

TIME TABLES APRIL, MAY, JUNE  2021
Tuesday to Friday 9 am - 4 pm (last admission 3 pm): you can freely visit the open spaces of the Borgo and with admission ticket to the Castle Museum
Saturdays, Sundays 10-19 (last entrance 18).  

Monday close. 

 

Closed

Mondays

January 1st, December 25

Ticket Office

Last admission one hour before

 

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