Science Museums in Naples

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Science Museums in Naples

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  • Marija L
    Sibenik, Croatia3 contributions
    Amazing experience - a true gem in Naples! Very interesting to see and you really learn a lot by listening to the audio guide. We were welcomed by a kind and polite man who explained how to use their app. :)
    Written May 11, 2022
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  • Nona Bankova
    3 contributions
    Mario was incredibly knowledgable about every part of the museum, and the history of medicine in Italy, as well as universally. He was so generous with his time and the information he knows. Everybody in the museum was very helpful and friendly. The museum itself is full of interesting information and objects. Definitely a great place to visit, even if you are not particularly interested in the medical field :)
    Written June 10, 2021
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  • Therese G
    10 contributions
    This is a good oasis in the middle of a sad side of the city. They are still building some attraction, like the new planetarium and human body exhibition. Anyway it's interesting and will be better.
    Written May 29, 2019
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  • Em B
    22 contributions
    Lovely little museum, situated in beautiful quiet gardens. Only small, but there are a few other museums in the same area that i believe are ran by the same people that you can buy tickets for at a very reasonable price (we also visited the anthropology, zoology and physics museum that are all in the same building a 5 minute walk away at the same time)

    The vast majority of the information at all the museums is in italian, but there is lots to look at and there are some english information books in some of the museums. It was very quiet when we visited (an hour or so before close) and it was nice to find a bit of calm in the city, particularly sitting in the gardens just before we left.

    Altogether definitely recommended, however these museums do not contain things like interactive activities etc. so bear that in mind
    Written March 31, 2018
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  • Gauciag
    Island of Gozo, Malta252 contributions
    One of the best mineralogical museums I've been too. Only of interest to those who love rocks and minerals. Big specimens also. with an addition of EUR 3 you can visit 5 museums at the university. Cheap entry. Shame there is not much publicity about it.
    Written February 11, 2018
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