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There is a ton of treasure here and this is one of the better Italian museums I have visited - sadly, they are often a display of artifacts with little interpretation and context, more of a catalogue. This place had a number (6 or 8?)...More
This museum should be a must wee when in Naples. Not only does it have artifacts from Pompeii and Heraculeanum it has treasures from the last king that was returned to the citizens of Italy. If you have visited Pompeii please come here next and...More
This museum is a must if you have visited Pompei and Heraculeanum as many of the recovered treasures and frescos have been moved here. This museum really brings to life life in this area at the start of the first century AD - it is...More
This museum is wonderful. I went here after seeing the Pompeii ruins. There are a lot of artifacts from Pompeii here. So if you couldn't get enough of Pompeii and want to see more, you have to go here. I walked around solo and did...More
This museum is one of the best of its kind in the world. There is lot of mosaics, sculptures, paintings and items especially from the ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum. There is in the bottom floor lot of copies of Grecian sculptures and some Roman...More
The museum has several floors full of items to see. It is impossible to grab it all in in one day. We spent there more than two hours and studied just about half of it.
First we went to see Farnese sculptures. They are roman...More
Amazing to see the treasures of Pompeii and Herculaneum and out of season we could take our time and look properly. A must if you are visiting the archaeological sites. Audio guide was a useful addition.
We enjoyed our stay in Naples and were surprised how few tourists were present given that the city has a definite charm. There were no queues to worry about when visiting the museum.
We must have spent three or four hours at the Museum as...More
There were no queues, we think a lot of tourist miss Naples and go to other areas like Pompeii, Sorrento, Amalfi Coast instead. We were very happy to have gone to this museum, there is a lot to see, we spent 4 hours there and...More