from Tuesday to Sunday
9.00 am – 8. 00 pm

closed on Mondays

The ticket office is open from
9.00 am – 7.30 pm

Full 8,00€
Reduced 5,00€

Contingent visits in groups. Last entry at 7 pm

Reservation required

Place De Nava, 26
Reggio Calabria

0965 613988 – 617612

info +39 3207176148


In the aftermath of the catastrophic earthquake of 1908, which destroyed the city, the idea of creating a large permanent national Museum in Reggio Calabria dedicated to Magna Graecia developed at the initiative of the archaeologist Paolo Orsi…



News –  The MArRC is reopening to the public on Friday, June 26th.

There are new rules of visiting: compulsory reservation and contingent groups, sending a mail to: or calling the number 320.7176148.

Coronavirus infection prevention rules

On January 30th, 2020, the World Health Organization declared an international public health emergency due to the so-called Coronavirus epidemy (Covid 2019). The Presidency of the Council of Ministers, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism have published a series of circulars, to indicate the correct behavior in order to prevent and contain the spread of the virus, in particular in public places.

How is it transmitted? Through:

  • Spit (coughing and sneezing);

  • direct personal Contacts (touching or shaking the hand and bringing it to the mouth, eyes, nose);

  • touching Contaminated Objects (and then bringing the hands to the mouth, eyes, nose);

  • Feces (rare).

It is therefore recommended to:

WASH very often your hands with soap and water or with sanitizers;

AVOID DIRECT CONTACT with people keeping a distance of minum one meter;

DO NOT TOUCH your eyes, nose and mouth with your hands;

COVER your mouth and nose with a tissue (or arm) if you sneeze or cough;

CLEAN the surfaces with alcohol or chlorine based disinfectants;

USE the mask ONLY if you suspect you are ill or if you are assisting the sick;

DO NOT TAKE antiviral drugs unless prescribed by your doctor;

CONTACT the FREE CALL NUMBER 1500 or 112 if you have a fever or cough, or flu symptoms, or if you have returned from China for less than 14 days;

REPORT TO THE LOCAL HEALTH AUTHORITHIES any positive cases you could have come into contact with.

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