The translation for ‘‘Settimana della cultura’’ is as follows: Everything…
All the museums are open at night! This national event is organised by Culture24. Once again the city of Rome is presenting the “Night of the Museums”: state museums, civic museums, city libraries, private museums, foreign academies and cultural institutions, La Sapienza University, cultural institutes and houses, Rome’s historical buildings are all set to remain especially open from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m.. Admission is free. Night owls can look forward to a weekend of events as museums unlock their doors for the annual after-hours celebrations from 18-20 May 2012.
Here’s a couple of tips where to go:
19 May 2012
A chance to explore the Roman Baths at night and take part in a variety of Roman sensory and entertainment themed activities across the whole site. Try Roman wine, listen to music and poetry, try on Roman togas and find out more about fragrances the Romans used.
Suitable for: 18+, 16-17, Not suitable for children
19 May 2012
1940s Night at the Building of Bath Collection
We will be taking the museum back to the 1940s with an evening of music in the museum to accompany our exhibition Repairing War Torn Bath. During the evening which is free admission to all, visitors can also view items from our collections and the Bath Preservation Trust archives which date from the second world war. Archive tours will take place at 8pm, 8.40pm and 9.20pm with places limited to 12 on a first come first served basis.
A ration of chocolate will be given to any visitors arriving in appropriate 1940s costume!
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