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The actual villa is closed, at least for another year (now is July 2017), for restoration. You can have a look from the outside. As opposed to the other villa's nearby this was more of farm. Less luxury, more work.. You can actually see quite...More
This place could be missed as it is hidden behind a block of flats. Hardly gets any visitors it appears, but not a bad little museum. Shame the Villa itself was closed as work was being undertaken but still had to pay to go in...More
Amazing experience. We struck gold with a bilingual staff member who gave The Best Tour of all. Written info is all in Italian so this was invaluable.
The site includes a farm in a deep excavation pit and a wonderful museum. You'll see household contents...More
You'll need a car to visit this hidden small museum and rustic villa, which is stranded in the middle of a typically scruffy Neapolitan housing estate. Most visitors will be trying to make use of their €22 5 site ticket, and if you're trying to...More
Not well indicated so we think we found the place..-... 20 minutes from the station..... - ...But not the entrance! And boscoreale in general was quite a worrying place to be for 2 girls - we received way too much unwanted attention despite dressing normally...More
This museum is incredible. Granted it is a little off the beaten track, but there are signs to guide you once the satnav has taken you to the right street. The staff were lovely, very polite and helpful. The exhibits are wonderful, ranging from the...More
This is an interesting visit which reminds you that real people lived in the houses and locations that we visit.Seeing the remains of the food they had stored,the fact that they kept livestock.The beautiful glass containers that kept perfume.A museum small enough to be interesting,with...More
The museum has some interesting objects from daily Roman life such as eating utensils, pots and pans, and wine vessels. The site of Boscoreale itself was not open to the public when I visited in February. The site is fairly small and only includes about...More
We were the only people, other than staff, in the building. All of the signs and descriptions were in Italian only. We were not able to really appreciate what the exhibits were trying to show as we could not understand them. The staff also only...More