According to the winter schedule, the Museum is open daily Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Any changes can be found on the notice board at this link.
The Archaeological Civic Museum of Noto consists of ten exhibition halls that accompany the visitor from Prehistory to the Byzantine age, according to a topographic-chronological criterion.
Yes, the Museum has an elevator that provides access to the upper floor.
The Archaeological Civic Museum of Noto is located in a wing of the St. Salvatore monumental complex. The entrance is on Corso Vittorio Emanuele, 122.
Groups of more than 15 people benefit from a reduced entrance fee, totaling €4 per person.
No, because of the museum setting, we cannot accommodate our four-legged friends.
Inside the Museum, explanatory panels are installed in all rooms. In addition, for groups it is possible to request a guided tour by appointment. In any case, the staff is always available to answer questions and curiosities.
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The Museum is located in the historic center, so there are many activities where you can have lunch or dinner.
Yes, each room is air conditioned to keep the exhibits at a specific temperature.
The visit in general can take 25 to 40 minutes.
It is possible to take photos inside the Museum, the important thing is not to use flash or professional equipment.
The Museum organizes educational activities by appointment. More information can be found on the Education page.
The museum is housed within the monumental complex of St. Salvatore, a former monastery of the Benedictine nuns. The order was among the most important in the city of Noto, and this is evident from the beautiful Baroque decorations on the facade of the complex.
Due to the average length of visits, entry is allowed up to half an hour before closing time.