Museo e Real Bosco di Capodimonte, Naples

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The 18th century Museo e Real Bosco di Capodimonte offers an extensive collection of Neapolitan art set within a grand palace. Before entering, wander through the park surrounding the building. This was once a forested hunting ground for Naples' Bourbon rulers. Inside, marvel at paintings and other pieces dating from the 13th century--perhaps the richest collection of Neapolitan School artworks in the world. Try to book your tour ahead of time, because tickets sell out quickly. Make Museo e Real Bosco di Capodimonte a part of your Naples vacation plans using our Naples trip website.
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  • Very poor customer service we had tickets booked but was unable to make the time slot due to individual action at the airport we tried to change booking for 24 hours later but was told that we could.....  more
    Very poor customer service we had tickets booked but was unable to make the time slot due to individual action at the airport we tried to change booking for 24 hours later but was told that we could.....  more »
  • The museum did not post on its website that its ONLY Caravaggio painting would not be available from mid-October2022 to Feb 2023 as it is on loan to a museum in Rouen France (we visited Oct 18... 
    The museum did not post on its website that its ONLY Caravaggio painting would not be available from mid-October2022 to Feb 2023 as it is on loan to a museum in Rouen France (we visited Oct 18...  more »
  • My wife and I have visited the Museo Nazionale di Capodimonte in Naples twice before, once in 2012 and again in 2014. We loved it both times and were looking forward to seeing it again; and when we.....  more
    My wife and I have visited the Museo Nazionale di Capodimonte in Naples twice before, once in 2012 and again in 2014. We loved it both times and were looking forward to seeing it again; and when we.....  more »
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  • The most beautiful and impressive museum in the city! It takes two hours to see it all. It has a wide range of themes, the most impressive exhibits are the paintings and the hall in the great hall. Worth a walk in the park afterwards
  • Beautiful park right outside of Naples. Open at 7pm to dusk. A restaurant cafe located inside. A museum to check out too. Plenty of open space to have a picnic. Right next to the museum is a beautiful view of the city. Plenty of free parking on the street every time I go there.
  • Here the art is at it's home. They have Caravaggio, Raffaello, Vasari and way more artists. I can't comment about them. They are pure art, from God. Besides there are a lot of breathtaking paintings, you can find here also wonderful sculptures. All on 3 floors. The art pieces are well protected by sensors that are all-round and that beep when you get too close. Around the musem there is also the perfectly designed park, where you hear nothing but the birds and sometimes an airplane which will land at Naples Airport. P.S. The GreenPass is needed here.
  • Very informative and beautiful art from the medieval and Renaissance period. A must see if you're visiting Naples, Italy.
  • Loved the collection and the entire museum. The building and the garden with the view of the city is out of this world

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