The Ancient Ships – Pisa
30 Roman ships and their cargo perfectly preserved
MUSEUM OF ANCIENT SHIPS IN PISA
Friday 3.30 pm -8.30 pm, Saturday and Sunday 10.30 am -8.30 pm
Scattered access in compliance with social distancing measures.
Visitors only admitted with SAFETY MASK.
Inside, temperature check.
The reservation is NOT mandatory but is recommended to avoid queues.
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The Museum of Ancient Ships is located in the rooms and aisles of the Medicean Arsenals in Pisa, and represents an archaeological site of exceptional value exposing around thirty ships from the Roman period.
The 30 ships exposed sank due to nine disastrous floods that occurred between the second century BC. and the seventh century AD.
These were cargo ships and riverboats, which were perfectly preserved and, along with the shipwrecks, a large amount of tools were also found which usually are perishable, such as wood, ropes, baskets, fishing tools, utensils and the proofs of the life on board.
It was also possible to recover a large part of the cargo of commercial products contained in amphorae and vases. This exceptional discovery has even made think of of a maritime Pompeii.
The exhibition route of the museum is divided into 8 sections:
– The city between the two rivers
– Earth and waters
– The fury of waters
– Life on board
Entrance with a fee
Free for children up to 6 years
December 25th – January 1st
April 25th – May 1st – August 15th
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