The Luigi Fantini archaeological museum of Monterenzio and the archaeological site of Monte Bibele

Most of the exhibits on display in the Luigi Fantini archaeological museum come from the Etruscan- Celtic settlement discovered in nearby Monte Bibele.

Excavations here have brought to light a hilltop village which flourished from the early 4th to early 2nd centuries BC, complete with necropolis.

The museum recently opened a tactile section specially dedicated to sight-impaired visitors.

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The Luigi Fantini archaeological museum of Monterenzio and the archaeological site of Monte Bibele

Via del Museo, 2 - 40050 Monterenzio (BO) map Phone 051 929766

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How to get here:

By car  - from Bologna:  S.S. 9 (Via Emilia) until Idice San Lazzaro di Savena turn right along the SP 7 (Valle dell'Idice) to Monterenzio.

By bus - the bus from the bus station in Bologna:

     * Line 916 Bologna-Monterenzio-S.Benedetto Q.-Monghidoro
     * Line 918 - Bologna-Monterenzio-S.Benedetto Q.-Loiano

Entrance notes:

full 3 euros - reductions 2 euros.
Free admission for children under 6, schoolchildren, university students, residents of Monterenzio and Loiano, and on the first Sunday of every month.

Opening time:

Wednesday and Thursday: 9.00am - 1.00pm
Saturday and Sunday: 10.00am - 6.00pm
Tuesday and Friday: by appointment
closed: Mondays, 1 January, Easter, 15 August, 25 and 26 December.

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