The Capodimonte Museum is one of the most significant museums of Naples. It has the distinction having the huge collection of Farnese and Borbone treasures. The museum is found in the Palazzo Reale di Capodimonte, which is located in a peaceful park on a hill overlooking Naples. It is home to an amazing collection of paintings. Charles III inherited the far reaching Farnese Collection in 1735 and moved it to this city royal residence. From 1759 to 1806 the royal residence was both a home and a museum, in which the important collection of Farnese was exhibited.
This royal residence’s rooms were outfitted for the new rulers. You will be able to see different canvases that were included from the Pinacoteca Nazionale di Napoli to the existing paintings. On one side on the ground floor of the museum, you can see evolving displays. The collection of the several artefacts like paintings and other objects of art of the nineteenth century are found on the mezzanine floor. Goya and Botticelli are amongst the many prominent artists displayed here. The Museum also holds the extraordinary craftwork of the Capodimonte School like porcelain and glass and earthenware tableware. The adjoining park is the place to explore unparalleled beauty.
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The Capodimonte Museum And Park Travel Tips
- Entry and ticketing closes an hour before closing time.
Entrance Ticket Details For The Capodimonte Museum And Park
- Adults €7.50, After 2:00pm - €6.50
How to Reach The Capodimonte Museum And Park
- Al Terrazzo
- Viale Colli Aminei-ist.teologia Capodimonte
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8.83% of people who visit Naples include The Capodimonte Museum And Park in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
27.56% of people start their The Capodimonte Museum And Park visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
2 Hrs 30 Minutes
People usually take around 2 Hrs 30 Minutes to see The Capodimonte Museum And Park
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