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Masseria Brancati Ostuni, Italy
We took the tour of the olive groves and museum, followed by the olive oil tasting.
This place is a neat olive oil historical museum.
I was skeptical paying the 8 Euro entrance fee when learning the museums two floors are open on alternating hours, but we spent almost four hours in the museum and loved everything.
One of the best archaeological museums I have visited.
Museo Fantasy Lecce, Italy
Just 5 euros for a visit, I highly recommend this small museum of Gabrielle & Vittorio Magri.
The museum is small but personal and charming, at our visit the twin special effect makers were there and told us stories about the productions.
I like museums featuring trading, trucks, cars one other machines, so when I saw that Lecce had a railway museum I decided to visit.
Saw a sign for this museum near to the railway station, definitely worth a visit if you like railways or engineering, great models, and full size which you can get onto.
Museo Faggiano Lecce, Italy
If you're reluctant to visit a museum make this the one you visit and if you love museums well what are you waiting for.
Notwithstanding the State taking most of the artifacts dug up away for other museums, there is plenty to see and study in the showcases.
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The museum is actually in the underground chambers built by expert Spartan stonemasons in about 700BC.
Small but impressive Magna Greca Museum
The museum gives a fascinating insight into some of the history of wine making in this region but also into rural life in the south of Italy.
The museum shows you the start of wine making in Manduria in 1928 and 4 years later it became a Cooperative Consortium.
Like most museums in the south the door is open but they say its closed and come back tomorow for the tour ??? Anyway.
The founder of the museum, a professor in Lecce, has uncovered a little known and fascinating history of Jewish Lecce in the fourteenth and fifteenth century.
There are great views of the town and the coast line from the top, and an interesting museum within.
The Museum is small and the castle has had numerous conquerors who have of course modified and changed some of the interiors and exteriors.
Castello di Gallipoli Gallipoli, Italy
A wonderful structure and historic center, varied museum, vista post overall solid value!
This museum has an amazing amount of Greek and Roman pottery.
Casa Vestita Grottaglie, Italy
... if knwoledgeable in art & history to pair the owners' vast knowledge) Just remember: this is not a museum, but a private house which the owner can decide or not to share with you, so asking for permission to v...
Rudolph Valentino Museum Castellaneta, Italy
There was a video about Valentino, in English, followed by a tour round the museum with lots of props and photos all set in a beautiful old monastery.
Nice and interesting museum on the history of the area, with plenty displays and English 'subtitles' ( a summart of the Italian texts).
The museum is fascinating and clearly set out with amazing exhibits from the local area.
Museo della Memoria e dell'Accoglienza Santa Maria al Bagno, Italy
Made a special detour to visit this small museum that tells the story of the thousands of Jewish Holocaust survivors who made it to this part of Italy and were welcomed and helped by the local community.
Productions) The former synagogue is now a cafe that sells excellent gelato and the museum is staffed by a group of young volunteers.
Sometimes in southern Italy, churches and Archeological museums can become a little repetitive and even tedious.
This is a charming eclectic museum, and we were fortunate to have a great discussion there with the owner's son.