Museo di Capodimonte: Reserved Entrance Ticket
Visit Museo Di Capodimonte surrounded by extensive parkland and wood (Real Bosco), and explore its rich collection of ancient, contemporary, and Neapolitan art with these reserved entry tickets.
- View a complex collection of medieval, early modern, modern and contemporary art
- Spend more time exploring than waiting with convenient reserved entry
- See works by great artists like Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Raphael, Titian, Botticelli, and more
- Admire the last Baroque garden of sino-English design brimming with rare oriental fragrances
- Explore the inheritance of Charles I of Bourbon – the Farnese Collection
- Don’t miss Parmigianino’s Antea, a haunting portrait of a young woman
- Reserved entry ticket to Museo Di Capodimonte
- Audio guide/Tour guide
- Food and drinks
- Hotel transfers
These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.
Visit one of the largest and richest museums in Italy, Museo di Capodimonte, housed within Palazzo di Capodimonte, initially built as a hunting lodge for Charles VII of Bourbon. With hassle-free reserved entry, access to a vast collection of treasured paintings, sculptures, porcelain, and decorative arts has never been easier. Spread across three floors and 160 rooms, over here one can find works by legendary artists the likes of Giovanni Bellini, Colantonio, Artemisia Gentileschi, Jusepe de Ribera, Luca Giordano, Mattia Preti, Francesco Solimena, and Van Dyck to name a few.
The first floor is occupied by the royal apartments; room 52 (Salottino di Porcellana) in particular is a stunning example of 18th-century chinoiserie. The second-floor showcases work by Neapolitan artists from the 13th to the 19th centuries. The third floor contains knockout pieces by artists from Masaccio to Raphael to Andy Warhol. In addition to its rich interiors, the museum is also part of a Royal Park, an unspoiled green haven spread across 300 acres with over 400 plant species to show.
know before you go
Rules of Access and Visit
- At the entrance to the Museum, the body temperature will be measured, indicating 37.5 ° C as the limit threshold for entry
- Inside the building, it will be essential to wear personal protective equipment such as masks
- The halls will be accessible following a one-way entry and exit itinerary, indicated by the appropriate signs
- To visit the Naples Naples exhibition of lava, porcelain and music download the app at the entrance of the Museum through the QR code indicated on the information panel
Dates and Timings
- 1st floor (8:30 AM - 7:30 PM) - Farnese Gallery, the Gallery of curiosities, the Gallery of porcelains, the Farnese and Bourbons Armoury & temporary exhibitions on the same floor
- 2nd & 3rd floors (10 AM - 5:30 PM) - Neapolitan Gallery from the 13th century to Baroque, the contemporary art collection and temporary exhibitions on the same floor
- Ottocento Privato: Sunday 10 AM - 4 PM
Note: Entry is free on the first Sunday of each month.
- The guided tour service and the rental of audio guides are temporarily suspended
- The museum is accessible to people with reduced mobility
- Your voucher will be emailed to you shortly
- Please display the voucher on your mobile phone with a valid photo ID at the entrance of the museum
- Please arrive 10-15 minutes before the start time of your tour to avoid delays
- If you have purchased reduced-price tickets, please carry your valid photo ID proof for verification
Ticket Redemption Point
- You can redeem the tickets directly at the entrance of the museum: Museo di Capodimonte
- Address: Via Miano, 2, 80131 Napoli NA, Italy
- The closest bus stop is Capodimonte, a quick walk to the museum
- Buses #168, 178, 460, 460A, and more will bring you here
This ticket is valid for the date and time selected during checkout