In July, 2012 we rode the Metro and walked a few minutes to get here. It was even better then we had hoped! Our three teenage boys, ages 17 and 13 (twins) also loved it, especially the younger ones who had recently studied ancient Rome at school.
The displays were incredible with replicas of housing, household items, statues, bridges, military tools, and so on, organized chronologically. Each large room had a very well written and clear description of one aspect of Roman life or era.
We could not figure out why there were only about 4 other people we saw here in the day we visited! It was so fabulous. (though very little kids would likely be bored - there aren't any hands-on items).
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