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Parco Archeologico di Lilibeo


Lungomare Boeo, n° 30, 91025 Marsala TP, Italy


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4.30 (628 reviews)

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Working Hours

  • Saturday: 9 am to 7:30 pm
  • Sunday: 9 am to 7:30 pm
  • Monday: 9 am to 7:30 pm
  • Tuesday: 9 am to 7:30 pm
  • Wednesday: 9 am to 7:30 pm
  • Thursday: 9 am to 7:30 pm
  • Friday: 9 am to 7:30 pm


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  • 1Edward J. 1 month ago
    Not open 2-7pm despite what it said, save yourself a very hot walk

  • 5Artful D. 1 month ago
    I'm giving this a 5 star because it's a little treasure. Unfortunately it's clearly under appreciated and underfunded. It is well worth a visit. €4 for some incredible mosaic and a brilliant example of a Roman ship displayed in a way you can walk through. Please visit and support this little gem as it could do with an injection of funds and since the top 1% are unlikely to donate; an increase in visitors would definitely help.

  • 4John K. 3 months ago
    Pretty cool salvaged and reconstructed shipwrecks. Various other naval items on display, worth a quick visit if you're in the area.

  • 2anias 9. 4 months ago
    Unfortunately I can't say its worth the money. Maybe free entrance or symbolic like 1€ would change the rating to higher but for me it was not worth it. The building is very small, toilets are disgusting and smell really bad. The worst part is outside because lawn was very neglected, grass was very high and you would never know what can jump out of it, there were a lot of lizards everywhere. The signs are poorly deployed so you don't really know if there is something interesting there or not . Definitely can't recommend, maybe if the outside would be more taken care of. Instead of nice time we were terrified and had to very fast find the way inside. From good side the boat is worth seeing

  • 5Gregg V. 7 months ago
    Pretty spectacular museum of you consider what they’re actually doing and working on. Things over 2000 years old. The two ships they’ve recovered thus far (at least in part) are really impressive to think about. The architecture from so long ago was still great. There’s also a lot of history about the city and the ruins underneath that used to be the city. 4€ per person, well worth the price of admission.

  • 5anna maria M. 10 months ago
    Personale gentile e competente. Pet friendly. Location fantastica. Unfortunately there are a lot of rubbish in the surroundings as always and everywhere in Sicily. Marsala is the most beautiful town in the western Sicily. It worth a visit.

  • 5Gonçalo G. 11 months ago
    Amazing experience! One of the most amazing roman museums I've ever visited, with great presentation and for a very cheap price! A must visit!

  • 5Tony P. 11 months ago
    This museum is very much worth stopping at. Far exceeded expectations. The ship which is the main attraction is well presented but there is much more to this museum. Numerous artifacts dating back centuries BC. Large grounds with ancient site. Paths are easy to walk and artifacts well described. Very inexpensive entry fee.

  • 5Veronica G. 1 year ago
    Very interesting museum, well worth a visit

  • 5Diana �. 1 year ago
    Very interesting and modern museum

  • 4Stefano C. 1 year ago
    Open till 7pm, I saw here the remains of a roman house and spa and the remains of a boat from Carthago.

  • 4Vittorio N. 1 year ago
    Inside is excellent, with english explanations. The outside areas feels abandoned and not interesting. In summer I would go in the late afternoon.

  • 5Wojciech K. 1 year ago
    the punic and roman ships are gorgeous, also the whole museum is amazing. for a small price of 2/4 euro (depending on your age) its MUST SEE in Marsala

  • 5Oreste G. 1 year ago
    A very well presented exhibit of the restored punic ship.

  • 5Claudio Anello (CA Render S. 1 year ago
    (Translated by Google) Beautiful experience, if you pass by Marsala I recommend you to see it. If you are an architecture student you don't pay the ticket, I recommend the green pass, they perfectly observe the laws, I suggest you visit it in a period where there is not much sun to see the excavations. (Original) Bellissima esperienza, se passate da marsala vi consiglio di vederlo. Se siete studenti di architettura non pagate il biglietto, mi raccomando il green pass, li osservano perfettamente le leggi, vi consiglio di visitarlo in un periodo dove non c'è molto sole per vedere gli scavi.

  • 5Elena R. 2 years ago
    (Translated by Google) Really complete museum. In addition to the remains of the Punic ship there is really a lot, both in the rooms and outside. In fact, I suggest not stopping only at the museum, but also taking a nice walk up to the Roman peak. (Original) Museo veramente completo. Oltre ai resti della nave punica c'è veramente tantissimo, sia nelle sale che esteriormente. Suggerisco infatti di non fermarsi al solo museo,a farsi anche una bella passeggiata fino all'insùla romana.

  • 3Giuseppe P. 2 years ago
    (Translated by Google) I gave only three stars because if the part of the finds and the rooms of the ships are well maintained and with the possibility of multimedia explanations, especially for the descriptions and findings of the Punic ship, the state of almost abandonment in which they are found leaves much to be desired. the remains of the ancient city. I do not think herbs and shrubs on the finds, deteriorated descriptions, protective constructions made on the ancient mosaics are the ideal setting for this corner of history. (Original) Ho dato solo tre stelle perché se la parte dei ritrovamenti e le sale delle navi sono curate e con la possibilità anche di spiegazioni multimediali, soprattutto per le descrizioni e i ritrovamenti della nave punica, lascia molto a desiderare lo stato di quasi abbandono in cui si trovano i resti dell'antica città. Erbe e arbusti sui reperti, descrizioni ammalorate, costruzioni di protezione fatte sugli antichi mosaici non credo siano la cornice ideale per questo angolo di storia.

  • 1Katja P. 2 years ago
    The staff was very unfriendly to us, as non Italians. They did not even say hello when we came in and didn't even try to help us understand anything. We felt like a burdon to them, disrupting their coffee break. The museum is modern from the inside, but a disaster from the outside. We would not recommend it to anyone.

  • 3giuseppe e. 3 years ago
    Must be developed

  • 5Lola_ A. 3 years ago
    Come and see it immediately 《😂》. It's really, really nice (Look at Photos) - (It's just a little taste) 《😍》. ▪︎ They have added new contacts. ▪︎The Punic ship is HUGE and BEAUTIFUL.

  • 5Bridget W. 4 years ago
    Magnificent museum displaying a vast array of significant BC archeological treasures and the remains of Roman battle ships. Go there

  • 1G. 4 years ago
    No address, no website, no phone shameless FB page, no signage.

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