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The Paolo Graziosi Prehistory Museum

The history of the human race from the Stone Age through to the Metal Age

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Via Sant'Egidio, 21

Occupying the first floor of the historic Convent of the Oblate Nuns, the museum has a rich collection of original items and reproductions illustrating the history of the human race from the Stone Age through to the Metal Age. The items on display are from Italy, elsewhere in Europe, Asia and Africa. The museum also has a section specially designed for nursery school children, who are introduced to the prehistoric and ancient world via exhibits based on fairy tales and games.


The Paolo Graziosi Prehistory Museum


Via Sant' Egidio 21 - Firenze
Ph: +39 055 295159
Entrance: € 3.00

Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday, 9:30am-12:30pm. The ticket office closes 30 minutes before the museum.

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