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Museo delle Genti d'Abruzzo

via delle Caserme, 24, Pescara, Italy
+39 085 451 0026
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Good for a rainy day

Interesting to visit and especially good to kill a couple of hours on a rainy day. Lots of history... read more

Reviewed 30 December 2016
southwestsam411
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Hidden gem

Our tour guide led us to this lovely museum on a side street in Pescara. It's in an old building... read more

Reviewed 24 July 2016
MrsKaydee
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23 Jul 2016
“Hidden gem”
29 May 2016
“Nice introduction to Abruzzo Country.”
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via delle Caserme, 24, Pescara, Italy
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+39 085 451 0026
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Reviewed 30 December 2016 via mobile

Interesting to visit and especially good to kill a couple of hours on a rainy day. Lots of history about the region and culture of the area. Audio guide wasn't brilliant as it was quite hard to follow but got better as we progressed. Access...More

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Reviewed 24 July 2016

Our tour guide led us to this lovely museum on a side street in Pescara. It's in an old building which was once used as a jail but has been renovated. There were several rooms with displays of the customs, dress, food, crafts, art work,...More

Thank MrsKaydee
Reviewed 30 May 2016

Cute museum in old town, great place to learn about Abruzzo people and culture. The photo display of the faces of Abruzzo was very interesting.

Thank Lisa W
Reviewed 5 March 2015

Beautifully presented, interesting and set in the old part of Pescara. Not far from Gabrielle d'Annunzio's House. A feast of architecture and art in the area.

Thank Crln2015
Reviewed 26 February 2015

This museum is quite modern and uses multimedia solutions and original interior design to tell the peculiarities of the region to its visitors. It's not too big and mostly focuses on local rural life of the last century Dresses and earrings collections are among everyone's...More

2  Thank juliaok_pescara
Reviewed 12 September 2013

This is a nice way to spend an hour or so while in Pescara. admission also gets you a free audio guide, and I recommend taking it. you will learn about the region and it's people, and their history.

6  Thank Bob C
Reviewed 11 September 2012

Very charming atmosphere to discover past times. It's like travelling in old times. It worths a visit.

1  Thank Hornelson
Reviewed 28 April 2012

You can find various artifacts of early settlers and some reconstructions of what life was like in Abruzzo until a few decades ago. Unless you have something better to do, I would skip this one.

1  Thank ColleenCo
Reviewed 13 October 2011

This is nice to visit as you have all the history of the people of Abruzzo. You are offered a narration device but it does not give you the correct description of the rooms. I preferred to read the information on each display.

2  Thank FastSkip
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valle san giovanni
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Reviewed 12 March 2006

A great deal of information concerning life in Abruzzo 100 or more years ago. Put it on your schedule! ----

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joycec785
Hi, My 2 brothers, my sister and I are planning a trip to Vasto to walk our grandparents paths. Do you know how we can research our family name/history? My great grandfather was a mailman, the family names would be: Cinquinna and di or de cicco. Any help would be appreciated.
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