National Archaeological Museum of Adria
Founded in the late-18th century, the National Archaeological Museum of Adria is a museum specializing in archeological finds and artifacts from Adria and Basso Polesine, a historic region that in ancient times was the nexus of contact between the Mediterranean world, Northern Italy, and Central Europe. Adria even had a pretty prominent sea named after it!
At the heart of the museum's exhibition is the Bocchi collection, which features bronze valuables, a vast collection of Attican ceramics, paintings, and extraordinary glasswork from the Roman Empire. Located in the town of Adria, approximately one hour's drive from Venice, this museum is not to be missed.