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The MUSE is located south of the historic Palazzo delle Albere in the new city district Le Albere, which was planned by the architect Renzo Piano. It stretches over 6 floors with a length of 130 m each, the entire area is about 12,600 m². In the...more
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Hours Today: 10:00 - 18:00
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Corso del Lavoro e della Scienza, 3, 38122, Trento, Italy
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We gained free entry to the museum by virtue of our Trentino card, which our hotel in Trento (the NH Trento) had given us free of charge. And the museum is located just a few minutes’ walk from the hotel, which was partly why we...More
Great place to visit with kids at any weather. Can be quite crowded, so be prepared :) The building is modern and really well designed and there are lot of things to see in there! The area around the museum is also really nice and...More
An incredible museum in collections as well as the building itself and the garden. The structure stands near the railway, which does not matter at all, and the mountains near make a sgtriking backdrop. Coffee in the cafe is really good.
I loved the dinosaurs area which is full of fossils.
They have lots of area for school groups and kids.
Is not big but it is well organized.
I started from floor -1 and went up to the terrace seeing every floor in approximately 2...More
This museum is very interesting especially for science-loving children and young people.
There is a paid parking lot, a park where you can have a packed breakfast. There is a bar that also offers hot-table service.
Tickets and guided tours can be booked on the...More
Since we spent two nights in Trento, Italy during the second day we went to the Museum of Science. It is a relatively small museum with exhibits mainly about the nature of the South Tyrol. The displays have beautiful photos on flatscreens that include ,...More
I have no comment to add to my title. Plan for 3-4 hrs here. The architecture and civil engineering side of the building itself needs to be seen and viewed on its own merits. The museum’s exhibits are very instructive and educational, and quite a...More