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Reviewed 5 days ago

Find an old cellar, put an even older stone coffin in it (base only and empty), call it Juliette's tomb (largely based on hearsay) and charge 6 euros to view it plus some frescoes which you were not looking for. Not impressed.

Thank Richard B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

If you come to Verona, I think is nice to see this as well as Juliet’s house. The combo ticket means you just pay 1€ more for the tomb if you go to house that is 7€ in total, so really acceptable. Remember to ask...More

Thank Domes A
Reviewed 9 June 2018

But a brilliant museum exhibiting frescos and religious paintings rescued from other churches and demolished buildings from the province. It is a haven of peace and off the beaten track you could find yourselves being the only ones visiting at certain times of the day.

Thank kishere t
Reviewed 28 May 2018 via mobile

6 EUR to see Giulietta's house. Add 1 more and see the tomb also. And that's it. The tomb. And a few frescas in a museum. It's worth 1 EUR.

Thank Patriche B
Reviewed 6 May 2018 via mobile

Nice and quick visit. Not too crowded and where the real tragedy in the story took place. The balcony is over rated.

Thank Grant I
Reviewed 31 March 2018

you can buy a combined ticket for juliet house and juliet tomb or buy separately which is a little expensive. But they are very far from each other. If you go by foot it takes atleast 20-25 minutes. . The tomb has been very nicely...More

Thank rashmi r
Reviewed 13 November 2017

This museum is a must for Romeo and Juliet fans.You can see the tomb of the legend Giulietta and read the Shakespeare story. You can also buy a reduced ticket to The tomb and Guillette's house for a reduced price.The admission to the museum is...More

Thank Joyce P
Reviewed 8 November 2017

The tomb itself was good but the fresco's and paintings in the museum were very much worth the entrance fee. A quiet mornings stroll as we went in the off season. If you have a spare 1/2 day then go have a look.

Thank nutts2
Reviewed 3 November 2017 via mobile

This tomb is not really related to Romeo & Juliet but everyone believes it does. The empty sarcophagus is in an old convent and the place is really lovely. I saw lots of people who came to visit ..,

Thank Karen S
Reviewed 19 October 2017

The tomb is an empty sarcophagus and is probably completely unrelated to Juliet, a reconstruction by the city of Verona to attract tourists. However, the old convent is very peaceful and the Fresco Museum is very good.

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