U can find some physical pieces of history in the museum. Very interesting to learn about the oldest country in Balkan
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I love history so for me it was a very pleasant tour. Even though I as an Albanian am very familiar with our history I learned a lot of new details like for example that Allan Shepard the Astronaut had brought the Albanian flag to...More
This is one of the museum you don't want to miss if you have no idea what Albania is like. It covers Antiquity, Middle Age, dictature, World Wars, Sister Theresa... and more! Have a look at the beautiful wall fresco and statues (the best is...More
We basically knew nothing about Albania, so we got a lot out of visiting the museum. The English labeling gets sparser as the history approaches the 20th Century, but by then you need less to help interpreting the displays.
this museum is centrally located on Skanderbeg square. Apparently just been reopened after refurbishment. Extensive exhibition and good for putting bones on Albanian history. Early part of museum has good signs in English but stops later on which is a pity as this is the...More
The museum is a must visit. Excellent exhibits from early to modern history (did you know there were cave men in Albania?). Three quarters of the museum has signage in English. No air conditioning so it does get hot. Go early or late.
This large museum has an eclectic collection of artifacts, the best being on the first floor and covering the Roman period. Other periods are represented by a combination of reproductions, photos, and weapons. If you visit in summer, it is best to go in the...More
This museum was great to learn about the history of Albania, as part of Yugoslavia and after. I recommend this museum to anybody who is interested in this sort of history and world geography.
If you don't speak albanese this museum is a waste of 200lek. Only some parts are english translated, some exibithions are only in albanese. In case you want to give it a try, in the Summer, take water with you, since the room temperature is...More