A few days ago we visited (for at least the third time) the Archeological Museum at the Roman Theatre. The collection of statues, carved stones, heads, mosaics, is certainly beautiful, but the main characteristic of this site, for me, is the unique setting of the Museum, hosted in the XIV century Monastery of St. Jerome. The structure is perched on the side of the hill overlooking the Roman Theatre and Ponte Pietra.
There are little rooms overlooking the river, the refectory with imposing statues, the cloister with carved stones scattered everywhere, the belvedere with more stones, columns and arches. It's a real dive into history!