Since 2002 the former church of San Tommaso, in the heart of Terni, hosts the first museum and paleothological collection of the lower Umbria: thought above all for children but extremely interesting for adults, completely restored 2012, shows which are the phenomena that transformed the earth through manual activities, and then to observe the fossils of animals lived in our territory.
If the ammonites swam in the sea that covered Umbria until their extintion, about that, later, lived in the basin of the river Tiber: mammoth, hyena, felines with saber teeth, zebras and other species through which we understand how different was the territory of the lower Umbria until 300 thousan of years.
THE INTEGRATED TICKET gives the possibility to spare and visit 5 museums: it includes the archaeological site of Carsulae, the museums in Caos ex Siri, the permanent palaeontology exhibition and the Roman amphitheatre (on booking). The integrated tickets are available to the ticket-offices of Caos or to the archaeological area of Carsulae.
Opening hours: summer time – Tuesday, Thursday 10am-1pm and Saturday 4pm-7pm; winter time – Tuesday, Thursday 10am-1pm and Saturday 5pm-8pm
Address: L.go Liberotti, 24 – Terni (ex chiesa di San Tommaso)
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Tel: +39 3404188488 - +39 0744285946