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You've been to Pompeii and Herculaneum and maybe Oplontis. All good stuff but if you want to see what was removed from those sites when it was found, then a visit to MANN will be high on your itinerary. There's even a gladiator's amour.
Having visited sites in Rome, Pompeii and Herculaneum, the Museum neatly tied together all the history we had explored. Art from whole villas had been allocated their own gallery, giving a clear picture of how the richer Romans (and Neapolitans) lived. Stunning ceilings, huge Old...More
Outstanding museum and well worth the time and energy to get there. We saw it after having been to Pompeii and Erculeum and that made it all the more special. Could easily have spent the whole day there. Definitely a don’t miss on your trip...More
I have been to many museums in my time and this was one of the most disappointing ever. It is expensive to get into and the audio guide is a total waste of time and money because very few rooms are linked with its commentary....More
12 Euros to get in, but it's worth it. No bags allowed so you have to check them in. If you've got the time, take the whole day because there's loads to see. It wasn't too crowded because it's so huge. Pick a cold day...More
Pompei has been archaeologically excavated since the mid 1700s.
The National Archeological Museum of Naples displays the treasures of Pompei - the utensils, the pottery, the glassware, the frescoes, the floors, the jewels, the ornaments, in fact everything of value.
The collection is vast, so...More
While we were expecting much more about the life and history of Pompei (there is an overwhelming display of marble statutes from the Roman times mostly coming from Rome), the room with the mosaics from Pompei all made up for the disappointment.
The mosaics are...More
This museum is dedicated to the treasures retrieved from Pompeii and Herculaneum. It is divided into areas showcasing sculptures, mosaics, frescoes, etc. and all the signs are in both Italian and English. We spent seven hours there because there is so much to see. The...More
Response from Magnusigbg | Reviewed this property |
That could be difficult to manage. To see the museum, that takes at least 2 h. Than you hafe to take the metro to the station to catch a train to Pompeii, the trip between Naples and Pompeii is 45-50 min. And... More
That could be difficult to manage. To see the museum, that takes at least 2 h. Than you hafe to take the metro to the station to catch a train to Pompeii, the trip between Naples and Pompeii is 45-50 min. And excavation in Pompeiji is at least 2-3 h. Depending how much you want to see. Then you might catch a cab to mt Vesuvius, that’s about 50 min away. So if you decide to do it all on one day, you will have a busy day. It’s a lot of queuing, expect at least 1h to get through the gates. The area is bigger than you thought
Whises you the best of luck.
P.s. beware of pickpockers. On the train a lost 90€.