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What a hidden gem.
Not only is this a really interesting place to visit, with a great deal of information about Etna and its many eruptions. Photos, models and a great deal of TV footage, along with an interesting guide.
The restaurant is brilliant.
We stopped here for an hour and received a fantastic guided tour - mainly on general history of eruption and some educational material and interesting lava specimens. The Etna guidebook is a must before your trip up Etna.
We spent about 90 minutes here on our way back from Mt Etna itself, and really learned a lot from the experience. The displays outline the geology, eruption history and social impact of Mt Etna on local Sicilian communities - they are well presented, very...More
This Educational and interesting museum really made the trip to Mount Etna more meaningful. We were guided through the museum by a young woman who spoke very good English and really knew the science. There was archival footage of eruptions at Etna. We were impressed....More
This was a really interesting museum and i recommend you go before the trip to Etna as it will enrich this experience. A well informed and thought out tour with a guy who's clearly doing a PhD in this area. We were enthralled and very...More