The museum, opened in 2006, to celebrate the second anniversary of the reconstruction of the bridge, its premises inside the Tara Tower complex and is made up of three distinct sections. The first, represented by the Tower itself, displays an exhibition of objects of archaeological interest discovered during the reconstruction carried out in 2002, all of which are enriched by informative charts that explain the principal historical events connected to the Bridge. From the five floors of this section, which are open to visitors, one reaches a lovely gazebo, standing at the highest point of the building which offers a 360° panoramic view of the city. The second section exhibits pre-existing remains of archaeological importance from underneath the tower, the remains of two wooden bridges belonging to the period before that of the stone bridge and the base of the Old Bridge. And finally, the third section, called “Labyrinth”, is made up of a photographic gallery dedicated to the Old Bridge, to the damaged towers and to their following phases of rebuilding. Audio-visual multimedia charts recount the history of the reconstruction of the bridge.
Opening times: Monday-Friday from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm and weekends 10 am to 6 pm

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