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Naples: National Archaeological Museum Ticket and Pemcards

Naples: National Archaeological Museum Ticket and Pemcards

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Explore one of the world’s most important archeological museums. See gems and sculptures inherited by the Bourbons from the Farnese collections and treasures from Herculaneum and Pompeii.

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  • Admire treasures from the sites of Pompeii and Herculaneum
  • See the Farnese collection and the section dedicated to Egyptian artifacts
  • Discover the exhibit of artifacts on the erotic side of ancient Roman life
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Visit the Naples National Archeological Museum with your day admission ticket and marvel at one of the world’s finest collections of Greco-Roman artifacts. Charles III of Spain founded the museum in the mid-18th century.  The museum hosts extensive collections of Greek and Roman antiquities. The core of the collection comes from the Farnese Collection and includes engraved gems and the Farnese Marbles. You can also see the museum’s best-known collections as well as new displays including the history of coins and the celebrated Secret Cabinet.
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  • Postcard
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Meeting point

Exchange your smartphone voucher at the Museo Archeologico di Napoli ticket office for an official entrance ticket. To download your digital postcard Pemcards you can follow the instructions here: https://www.coopculture.it/it/prodotti/invia-una-cartolina-per-condividere-la-bellezza/

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What to bring

  • Passport or ID card

Know before you go

  • Your ticket is valid for a single entry and does not include reentry to the museum
  • You will need to pass security check before entering the museum
  • The Vittorio Emanuele apartments are not accessible to people with impaired mobility
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This place surely is rich. It is very nice to combine it with visiting Pompeii and Herculaneum. I think it makes more sense to first go to Pompeii & Herculaneum... and then see the artefacts in MANN museum. (Many that were found from the same places.) It offers you more specific context into the history. Plus the art is MAGNIFICENT! Even though the visiting time is adviced to take less by some reviews, I advice you: if you are really interested take the whole day for it. There is a lot of stuff to see, and I think it takes quite a bit of mental effort if you really want to know what statue is what. I would make a coffee brake in the caffeteria in between. Truly a magnificent collection and great complimentary for the archeological sites near by!

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October 24, 2022

You really have to visit this museum which perfectly complements visits to Pompeii or other villas. We had to exchange our vouchers for tickets and therefore queue like everyone else. I don't know if it was really interesting to go through this site. We didn't feel like taking a guided tour and that was fine. It is quite hot because there is no air conditioning. Don't forget your water bottles.

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August 15, 2022

After our visits to Vesuvius and then to the 'mundane' Herculaneum (the Monte Carlo avant la lettre) and the 'working class Pompeii', we admired and marveled at the daily life in the archaeological museum: The frescoes, mosaics, statues and the daily utensils such as glass, jewelry and medical instruments of the residents give a good picture of life until the volcanic eruption, which came to an abrupt halt. Pliny the Younger, who found his uncle one of the victims after the eruption, has written in detail about the volcanic eruption as an eyewitness. We became silent at the sight of the human remains, such as the pregnant woman (with belly) who was found lying forward and covering her face with her hands: The filled-in cavity of her body in the volcanic remains we had also seen in Herculaneum.

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July 27, 2022

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