The Modena Civic Museum

The last stop of this adventure-filled day is the Modena Civic Museum whose striking collections won’t let anyone’s attention flag.

In the Archaeological section, you can deepen your understanding of the history of the Etruscans and their so-called “talking urns.” An exhibit dedicated to Amazonia highlights the handmade bows and arrows of its indigenous peoples.

Finally, head to the Municipal Museum’ Art Section for the last part of your visit. There, you’ll find displays of 17th-century decorated paper with peacock and marble designs, tooled leather goods, the Serpentone (a spiral-shaped horn made of wood, leather, and brass), the statuette of a fearsome mermaid-siren, and musical instruments of many kinds.

This is a perfect chance to bring your children closer to history, ancient and contemporary, and to culture through play: an itinerary to experience together and to remember as an unforgettable family moment.

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