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#1 of 2 Museums in Torre Del Greco
#10 of 98 Museums in Naples
For an extra 1euro you can watch the splendid new Bayard movie on the history of the railway and believe me, it was so entertaining with splendid extra 'bells and whistles' -kids will love it.
Best railway museum in Italy and one of the best museums in Naples.
#1 of 4 Museums in Ercolano
The museum is part of the ruins tour and shows many intact and preserved items from the ruins including a Roman sword with a preserved wooden handle and some fine gold bracelets and necklaces with craftsmanship wh...
I absolutely adored the reconstructions of the Roman Villas.

Herculanense Museum

Portici 1.9 mi away
#3 of 3 Museums in Portici
... which enables the visitor to get a real feel For life in this ancient city Car parking was easier and cheaper than Pompeii but the audio guides are a must A great visit enjoyable and educational Well done
Well preserved artifacts and homes with smaller crowds than Pompeii.

Il Real Sito di Portici

Portici 2.5 mi away
#1 of 3 Museums in Portici
#2 of 3 Museums in Portici
#3 of 98 Museums in Naples
Remember to go to the other church under the cooperative too- Chiesa dei Santi Filippo e Giacomo which is very close (on spaccanapoli) and you can buy the 2 churches entrances in 1 discounted ticket.
Having popped in to see the "skull with the ears", my friend and I were delighted to discover much more about the history of Chiesa di Santa Luciella and burial rituals in southern Italy.
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#2 of 98 Museums in Naples
It is indeed small, but holds a fascinating collection of specimens through the ages, and is very educational as well as being morbidly curious and good fun!
This is a gem of a museum and it’s interesting for scholars in the history of medicine as visitors without former knowledge about medical history.
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#7 of 98 Museums in Naples
The underground tour along Naples' Roman aqueduct provided a kaleidoscope of Naples' history, showing us how the Romans provided ample water to the city, but also how the system had to be quickly shut down in the...
The tour was amazing and we really experienced something unique which embraces centuries of history.
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Ospedale delle Bambole

Naples 7.4 mi away
#8 of 98 Museums in Naples
He shared the unique history of the wonderful family who cherished dolls and the children who loved them and continue the legacy .
Tiziana has so much passion and is able to truly covey all the history that’s behind this landmark.
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#11 of 98 Museums in Naples
There are several different areas to visit including a picture gallery, the original Gothic church with wonderful frescoes, a little museum of church artefacts and the more modern church with great ceiling art and...
Beautiful church / museum with some fascinating objects but the real glory of this place is the second church accessed through the main church with the most stunning frescoes.
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#13 of 98 Museums in Naples
is undoubtedly the greatest treasure in the world even more than the treasure of the crown, as well as having silver busts of the patron saints of Naples has priceless jewels it is said that even Napoleon took for...
The Museum is more rich than the jewels of the Crown and of the Russian Zar's jewels, it represents the richness of the city and of the Neapolitan people.
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Collezione Bonelli

Naples 8.1 mi away
#5 of 98 Museums in Naples
... the street urchin" foundation), the museum is now enclosed in a few square meters steeped in history, art, theater, cinema and culture about Naples and its inhabitants, awaiting an even better and wider location.
His collection comprises all kinds of documents, maps, objects, well anything you can only imagine in your wildest dreams.
#3 of 4 Museums in Ercolano
#18 of 98 Museums in Naples
We felt privileged to be walked through the museum by 2 young history specialists whose enthusiasm for all things social and cultural is infectious!
Our guide was excellent and the exhibition engaging.
#17 of 98 Museums in Naples
Treasures gotten from Pompeii .... amazing frescoes depicting mythological tales, others just give you insight into every day life of the Romans centuries and even millenia ago... the mosaics are exquisite in thei...
Although most TA Reviewers seem to be mostly interested in Pompeii / Herculaneum things, this is also a wonderful museum with many world class exhibits, especially sculptures and some excellent Egyptian artefacts.
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#22 of 98 Museums in Naples
A marvellous repository of objects including weapons, furniture, medallions, porcelain, coins and costumes.
This is a small museum that we discovered as part of the Via Duomo museum route.
#20 of 98 Museums in Naples
Founded in 1325 by Charles of Anjou Duke of Calabria, over the centuries the Charter House was enriched by a number of impressive artefact including marbles,frescoes, sculptures furnishes and paintings.
The monastery itself is decorated with lovely frescoes, there is a terrace with stunning views of the bay of Naples, as well as a small museum with historic carriages, boats, and presepes.
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