The Naples National Archaeological Museum is an archaeological museum in Naples, Italy. The museum which was established in 1777 is housed in a building that was formerly used as cavalry barracks and later as the seat of the local university. The building's salmon facade is hard to miss. The collection at the museum is impressive and is seen as the best archaeological collection in Italy, it’s collection of Graeco-Roman artefacts is extensive. The collection includes mosaics, relics, remains and many more interesting items from Greco-Roman times.
The ‘Museo’ stop on the local underground metro system is situated just by the museum. The 3, 139, 147 and 168 buses stop close to the museum at the ‘Museo Nationale’ bus stop.
Opening Times and Admission
The museum is open to the public on six days of the week, Wednesday to Monday 9am-7.30pm; Tuesday is a weekly day of closure. Admission to the museum is set at 15 euros for adults and 2 euros for concessions.