USEFUL INFORMATION

Opening tuesday- sunday

From 9 a.m. to 8.p.m  – Last admittance 7.30 p.m.

On wednesday ticket costs less

October

Thursday and Saturday

From 9 a.m. to 11 p.m – Last admittance 10.30 p.m.

Panoramic roof excluded

From 8 p.m. tickets cost 3 euros. Reservation is not requested.

Green pass requested over 12 years old.

Admittance fixed up to 10 people every 15 minutes.

Tickets available for purchase also in the museum

PRICE
Full 8,00€
Reduced 5,00€

On wednesday

Full 6,00€
Reduced 4,00€

ADDRESS
Place De Nava, 26
Reggio Calabria

0965 613988 – 617612

reservation required

at https://prenota.koresrl.it/Web/?

info on website www.koresrl.it

or calling at +39 3207176148

+39 3207620091

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For Information: (+39) 320.7176148 or 320.7620091.

The MArRC reopend to the public on Friday, June 26th. Starting from August 4th, all the exhibition levels are open to telle the history of ancient Calabria.

There are new rules of visiting: compulsory reservation and contingent groups.

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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