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All reviews roman villa beautiful mosaics well worth a visit africa house roman period these items quality and quantity admission price taxi driver couple of hours visiting el walking distance roman road fascinating place walk around collection colosseum
Just when I thought I had my full of mosaics at the Bardo, I realized I could happily see more. There were so many rooms of different types of mosaics and other items found in the vicinity. Once you venture out back and see the...More
Visited this museum after our visit to the coleseum, in the morning.
Our party (5) were the only people there!
A tourist must, without the tourists!
It really is a beautiful place, especially the excavated Roman city and the mosiacs.
A must do if coming...More
Not very large but quite interesting. The main exhibits are some dozens of Roman mosaics, some of them very large and well preserved. Besides, there are some mortuary masks and ceramic fragments. Also, here is the remake structure of a Roman villa with an interior...More
This is a nice museum that is included the the price of the ticket to the amphitheatre which was 12 TND when we visited.
It is an open museum that one can just wander around and great to see how it would have looked when...More
After visiting el jem, you must pay a visit to this museum, it's well worth it, and as you have already paid if you have visited the Coliseum, what have you got to lose? The mosaic they have saved and preserved are stunning, and so...More
If you come to the coliseum- you would most likely visit the museum unless you don’t want to see any more mosaics - it’s included in your admission price
Walking distance from the Amphitheatre