Heroes of the Colosseum
Gladiators - Heroes of the Colosseum is the first international travelling exhibition developed in collaboration with the Colosseum in Rome, with significant loans from important museums and institutions partly never exhibited outside Italy.
ESCAPE FROM POMPEII
The untold roman rescue
The untold roman rescue reveals how the Roman navy came to dominate the Mediterranean, and how this control created a boom in maritime trade not seen again for a thousand years.
Egyptian Mummies and Eternal Life
This unique exhibition takes a close-up, scientific look at the process of mummification and embalmment as practiced by the ancient Egyptians in their quest for immortality.
REFLECTING ON A FEMALE ICON
Marilyn – Reflecting on a female icon is the first international travelling exhibition of the property of Marilyn Monroe, the most famous Style-Icon of the 20th Century. 400 Originals from her life and career are on display for the first time.
Man & Myth
Marco Polo remains the most famous Western traveler along the Silk Road, and his book “Il Milione” one of the world's greatest travelogues.
The Neanderthal Women - Edmèe
Created in collaboration with the Neanderthal Museum of Mettmann (Germany) specialized in human evolution, this suggestive and highly educational exhibition showcases the most recent scientific discoveries about Neanderthals through the true-life story of a Neanderthal woman named Edmèe from Gibraltar.
Giants of the Ice Age
The exhibition is a fascinating journey to prehistoric times enabling visitors to discover the life during the Ice Age, where humans, mammoths and other huge mammals coexisted.
from ancient to modern times
Sport was and is a fundamental part of life. Many different types of sports and architectural structures flourished in antiquity and – then as now – provided a source of excitement. For more than a thousand years, sports animated ancient life as it does in modern times as well.
Paleoaquarium - the Sea During the Age of the Dinosaurs is the first European exhibition of marine animals from the dinosaur age. The exhibition gives visitors exciting insights into the ancient inhabitants of prehistoric oceans and seas.
Gods of the Etruscans
Etruscans believed that religion and all things sacred were not separate from daily life but, on the contrary, permeated every aspect of existence.
The Human Genome
The exhibition “THE HUMAN GENOME. What makes us unique” conceived and displayed at the Science Museum MUSE located in Trento (Italy), tackles questions profoundly affecting us all that are related to important and promising biological research.
Knights in Shining Armors
The Knights exhibition features stunning masterpieces of European arms and armors, dating from the Medieval and Renaissance ages to the Romantized “Medieval” of the 1800s. Not only is the provocative beauty and exquisite artistic craftsmanship of the objects revealed, the figure of the knight, his code of chivalry and his battlefield role will also be investigated and brought to life.