I totally expected this to be one of those quaint 30-minute-and-out quick tourist attractions, but this museum was much bigger than I expected it to be. It's housed in the original Naples train section that continued daily operations until it ceased in 1971. The indoor part is very impressive. You'll learn all about the history of Naples. I toured it on a Thursday afternoon in June, and I was the sole tourist. I had the whole place to myself. For virtually my entire tour I saw not a single person - not even anyone actually working there. I almost felt like I was trespassing on the premises. I'm guessing the place is busier during the peak winter tourist season. I hope it is anyway. It's a hidden gem in the heart of Naples.
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