Italian museums – it is known – are among the most famous in the world. On the other hand, our country is the one that hosts the most Unesco sites, and among the most visited in the world ever, as well as one of the countries with the most widespread archaeological and historical tourism. But how much does it cost to go to the museum?
Unfortunately, many museums cost considerable amounts, with prices ranging from 5 to 35 euros. Mind you, these are reasonable figures, sometimes even low. The wonders that are kept in the most important Italian museums are easily worth the price of admission. But there are those who cannot afford that expense, if repeated frequently.
To the museum, as to the cinema and the theater, it would be ideal to go there often. To learn new things, to assimilate information and because it is not an action that happens only once a year, on vacation.
Especially for the youngest it is essential to save money and look after the budget that is spent each month, and so the museum becomes an activity to be sacrificed. It is not only bad for our museums, but also for the general culture of the country. Still, there is a solution.
There is a very simple way to visit all Italian museums completely for free: and it has been provided by the Ministry and by the museums themselves precisely to favor those who need to save and make culture public. The initiative is called “I’m going to the museum“, and provides that” All museums and the state archaeological areas have free admission every first Sunday of the month, from October to March “.
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