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Museo Regionale Interdisciplinare

Viale della Liberta 465, 98121, Messina, Sicily, Italy
+39 090 361292
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Messina Shore Excursion: Messina City Tour with Regional Museum Visit
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“small museum” (4 reviews)
“museum staff” (2 reviews)
“works of art” (2 reviews)
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Viale della Liberta 465, 98121, Messina, Sicily, Italy
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1 - 10 of 26 reviews

Reviewed 19 May 2017

It was closed! So 2000 or so Cunard passengers were not able to enjoy the culture of Messina - perhaps someone should have told them?

Thank romeo017
Reviewed 20 November 2016

The Regional Museum is easy to access via the tram (last stop). The museum contains very few pieces of art and the museum staff are not friendly or helpful in any way. I was the only patron in the museum and I was followed around...More

Thank catsforkids
Reviewed 10 November 2016

Once upon a time Zm ssina was a prospwrous and lively town. Evidence of this is the art production that gathered around that old city, and the artists rhat were active there, Antonello, Caravaggio. But today ot is a temple of decay and corruption. As...More

1  Thank Massimo L
Reviewed 13 July 2016

This small museum in the city of Messina is easy to get to and has decent street parking around the building. Although there are a handful of interesting pieces by Sicilian artists, the main attractions of the museum are the two Caravaggio's in its collection....More

Thank michaeld49
Reviewed 12 June 2016

located at the north end of the tram line you should visit this site if you enjoy religious art. Several galleries to go through. No crowds.

Thank Jim C
Reviewed 8 April 2016

We were very well looked after, the caretakers wanting us to see and understand their treasures. The wooden carved cross was amazing and the Caravaggios superb.

Thank Rita B
Reviewed 27 February 2016

I only went to this museum to see the Caravaggio paintings; and they didn't disappoint. There are many panels on the wall, in English, explaining the restoration process and some of the history of the paintings. I sort of thought that the price was a...More

Thank MrsCommons
Reviewed 30 December 2015

I went on this tour as part of a Viking Star Cruise Excursion. We had a local guide (actually, he was from the area, but he also lived in the United States part of the year and was a guide for Rick Steves). I wish...More

1  Thank opheliavoyager
Reviewed 17 October 2015 via mobile

The full name of this place is the Museo Interdisciplinare Regionale di Messina. It's a little museum, mostly populated with paintings by Sicilian artists you've never heard of. The amazing standouts are two monumental works by Caravaggio - * The Resurrection of Lazarus * Adoration...More

Thank David G
Reviewed 14 October 2015

The new wing is not open, and looks like it might fall down before they finish it. There is no bookshop or place to get a snack. 2 Caravaggios made up for any inconvenience, however. Compared to other Italian museums, pitiful.

Thank David P
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