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With Albanian friends, we visited the museum and one of the staff spontaneously decided to give us a guided tour of the main floor. She pointed out that the museum is still expanding its exhibits so future visitors will unquestionably find even more fascinating material...More
This museum is modern and well laid out and contains many interesting items from small coins to large statues. Most items have information in English and the front receptionist was very eager to answer any questions about the exhibits. Don't miss the largest intact glass...More
It was good, but I missed that on a lot of the artefact there were very lack of descriptions or they were sorted rather strangely. And the exbition only has a ground flour the second and the top one are closed. It is a history...More
Very well organized, excellent descriptions, altogether an amazing experience which I would recommend to all travelers interested in history and archaeology. The artifacts go back a very long time before Christ and are very well laid out in sequence.
I believe that the museum is open daily except Mondays but I could be mistaken. The hours are unusual and something like 9am to 11am and 4pm to 7pm. They are closed in the middle of the day. My guide book had the hours... More
I believe that the museum is open daily except Mondays but I could be mistaken. The hours are unusual and something like 9am to 11am and 4pm to 7pm. They are closed in the middle of the day. My guide book had the hours completely wrong and luckily we were staying at the hotel across the street (Hotel Ani) so we could look at the sign on the front door of the museum and make sure we didn't miss it. You don't need more than 90 minutes to see the museum thoroughly.