This is more dry and didactic than the usual anthropology museum, dedicated to human evolution through skulls, casts and other bones, the reconstructions of facial features, comparative skeletons, artefacts of prehistoric Italians, displays of bioarchaeology (including the oldest known skeleton of a person afflicted with leprosy, from a 4th-century BC necropolis at Casalecchio di Reno), and a recent acquisition: a yurt from Kazakhstan.
Via Selmi 3
Hours Mon, Wed, Fri 9am-1pm; Tue & Thurs 9am-3pm; Sat & Sun 10am-5pm
+39 051 2094196
Images by: Khruner, Creative Commons License