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We arrived mid-day to find that one of the two main floors was due to close in less than an hour, after which the other would open. This seems out of place for what is an excellent museum. There are buses from the city centre...More
When you trek so far from the city centre the least you expect is that the museum and park will Be Open. After paying 18 Euros for two of us I found that floor 1 closed at 1:30 so no royal apartments for us. The...More
This museum does not seem to want visitors, some part of it is always closed and the hole museum is closed on wednesdays. The 2nd floor opens only when the 1st floor is closed at 1.30pm! So you have to know how long you want...More
The place is stunning, however the museum is really chaotic.
One floor is open in the morning till lunch and then it closes and the second floor opens in the afternoon. Considering most people stay in the city this becomes a long trek if you...More
This is not normally something I notice, being a total philistine but the curation of the exhibition Carta Bianca was just fabulous - I enjoyed immensely the different placing of the works, and some of the personal collections were genuinely moving. Of course there's always...More
Just go you won’t regret it , A jaw dropping collection of fabulous artefacts. Did notice however that it’s very busy on a Sunday so maybe that’s not the best day of the week to visit. If you are under 24 make sure you take...More
The Capodimonte museum, housed in a lovely palazzo surrounded by lawns atop a wooded hill, has important paintings by TItian, Caravaggio, Parmigianino, Giovanni Bellini, and many others, but if these are what you're coming to see be sure to check the gallery hours! We arrived...More
This is a museum that is clearly run for the convenience of the administration with little or no consideration for the visitor. This can be seen from the opening hours introduced for September, October and November. We had one day in Naples and a list...More
We took a taxi up one morning only to be told that the bits we wanted to see on the 2nd and 3rd floor were closed. The website gives no clue to this. We went back in the afternoon but found it very difficult to...More