Archeological Museum – Cagliari
The museum narrating Sardinia’s history until year 1000
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday 9 am > 8 pm
BOOKING is not mandatory but it is RECCOMENDED to avoid queues.
Staggered access to ensure interpersonal distancing
Guided tours only upon reservation limited to a maximum of 5 people.
Visitors admitted only with SAFETY MASK
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The National Archeological Museum of Cagliari, located in Cagliari, is the most important archeological museum of Sardinia.
The museum is set on 4 floors where visitors can access 7000 years of Sardinia’s history from Neolithic Age to the year 1000 and can visit exhibit rooms with over 4000 archeological finds exposed.
The ground floor hosts a chronological route.
On the first and second floors there are different archeological sites of Cagliari and Oristano.
The third floor is dedicated to the Giants of Mont’e Prama, very big ancient stone statues dated back to the Nuragic civilization of Sardinia
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