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    The surgeon's house an the archaeological sector

    Rimini - Centro storico

    After 2000 years, the archaeological site of the Surgeon’s Domus has opened to the public under an enormous crystal glass covering. A little Pompeii in the city centre, which has become famous in the world owing to its unique archaeological finds. Here archaeologists have found one of the richest surgical and pharmaceutical equipment of the ancient times, now kept in the nearby Museo della Città. Further excavations have also brought to light another part of the ancient Ariminum, that of the domus dating back to the late Imperial period (V - VI century A.D.) with its polychromatic mosaics and that of the late Medieval remains. In addition, in the City Museum are hosted the works of the fourteenth-century Rimini school and many other treasures of art. 


    Time table of the guided tours:
    Guided tours to the archaeological site are proposed every Friday and Saturday at 4 pm
    Sundays and bank holidays at 10.30 am and 3.30 pm.
    In Summer are scheduled even evening tours.


    The visit is included in the entrance ticket: 6 €, reduced 4 €. Booking is required.
    On request, guided tours for groups, max 25 people, are organized to visit the archaeological site and the City Museum, at a cost of € 30 for the whole group (additional to the admission ticket).

    Reservation is required by calling the City Museum (tel. 0541.793851) at least 2 days before.

    Opening hours

    Opening period: open all year round
    Entrance: fee payable
    Full fee:7.00

    Contact details

    Piazza Ferrari - Phone: (+39) 347 1589103, (+39) 0541 793851 (Museo) - Phone fax: (+39) 0541 704410 - [email protected] - http://www.museicomunalirimini.it/
    The surgeon's house an the archaeological sector
    Piazza Ferrari

    44.06155507560519; 12.5682362441803

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    Last update: 27/11/2018