National Archaeological Museum Tickets

National Archaeological Museum Tickets

Do not miss the chance to visit the National Archaeological Museum of Naples, one of the most important archaeological museums in the world, located inside the Palace of the Royal Museum; the three main sections are the Farnese collection with sculptures and precious gems, the Pompeian collections with mosaics, statues and frescoes coming from the Vesuvian area, and the Egyptian collection composed mainly of the Borgia collection with wonderful sarcophagi and votive objects.

    • Ticket Duration 1 day
    • Skip The Line with priority access yes
    • Mobile Voucher Accepted
    • Audio Guide Headphones IT,EN
    • Wheelchair Accessible yes
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Free Change Date/Time
Book without worries. You can change date and time of entrance for free 24 hrs before your activity.

What's Included

  • Fast track reserved entrance at your selected time to the National Arhaeological Museum
  • Booking and handling fee
  • Speedy booking and reserved spots
  • No-hassle Best Price Guarantee
  • Audio-guide (if option chosen)
  • Free date/time changes

What's Not Included

  • Guided tour

What to Remember

  • Late arrivals will not be accommodated and missed tickets cannot be refunded
  • Please note that all visitors must deposit food and drinks of all kinds, large bags and backpacks, umbrellas, before entering the museum
  • Please bring a valid ID if you select the entrance for reduced and/or free tickets

Meeting Point

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30 Reviews

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    john_chrysostom says

    Most people who read this review are probably looking for the SCAVI tour, which is different. Be careful! We did this tour by accident! With that being said, this tour was awesome and we were not disappointed in any way. You get to tour the excavations of a burial ground that was used for hundreds of years. There's tons of...

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    luvroma2 says

    We booked this tour months in advance, but there were no clear instructions as to where to meet the group. We have taken the scavi tour of the grave-sites under St. Peter's Basilica, so that is where we thought we needed to be. We got there at 10 minutes before our scheduled departure time only to find out we needed...

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    graymar6 says

    Must book well in advance on the Vatican website as there are very limited positions in tours throughout the day. Tour takes you outside the Vatican Museum to go underground to view pagan and early Christian tombs. Preservation and archaeological work is still ongoing and visible as you progress through the site. Tour guide was very knowledgable and made the...

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    minimize940314 says

    You should be very lucky to see this. Reservation is required, but there are limited spaces, so be prepared and hurry.

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    Lisa D says

    We found this through the vatican website. We didn't realize there were two necropolis tours, so we thought we were going to the one with St. Peter's bones, and we weren't the only ones on our your to think that. But regardless of that we weren't disappointed at all. It was a fascinating tour and your shown the different levels...

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    amreltouny says

    We were very lucky to find and do this tour. I found it when i was looking through the Vatican official website. You must reserve the tour through sending an email to: visiteguidategruppi.musei@scv.va. Although they didn't require us to pay immediately, we paid for the tour when we arrived at the Vatican Museums (10 euros per person). Of course you...

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    SpanishStepsApt says

    Expanded and reopened to the public in December 2013, this tour (booked through the Vatican Museums) takes you to the amazing Roman necropolis found under a parking lot in the Vatican along what was once the ancient road, Via Triumphalis. The tombs and burials are layered over time and are fascinating to behold. The poor were cremated and buried in...

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