On Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 September, the European Heritage Days return, the largest and most popular cultural event in Europe, this year dedicated to the theme "Cultural Heritage: ALL included". The National Archaeological Museum will be extraordinarily open on Saturday 25 September until 10pm (last admission at 9.30pm); from 7 pm the entrance ticket will have the symbolic cost of 1 euro. During the evening, starting at 7 pm, "in the dark" tactile visits will be offered which, through the direct exploration of finds from the collection, will allow an unusual discovery experience of the new section of the museum dedicated to luxury and wealth in the city ancient. The visits will take place in groups of up to 8 people at a time. On the occasion of the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the ceremony of the unknown soldier, the museum also proposes, in collaboration with the basilica of Aquileia, an in-depth path that, through archival documents, will tell the characters and events of Aquileia between the First World War and the 1920s: the in-depth tour dedicated to the story of the unknown soldier starts in the Basilica at 7.45 pm and continues in the museum at 9.15 pm. Sunday 26 September in the National Archaeological Museum it will be possible to follow the guided tour of the new exhibition section of the "luxury and wealth" museum, which since last May completes the tour with the exhibition of the excellence of Aquileian artisanal production: ambers, gems and jewelry. On the occasion of the GEP, the opening hours of the Paleochristian Museum will also be extended and will be accessible, always with free admission, on Saturday 25 September from 8.30 to 13.30 and Sunday 26 September from 14.30 to 18.30. At 3.30 pm a treasure hunt will be dedicated to the little ones, centered on the symbols of the first Aquileian Christianity.
For all activities, included in the cost of the entrance ticket, reservations are required at email@example.com / at 0431 91016 from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm.