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Explore Naples

Tickets for Naples Museums: Combo Ticket + Audio Guide for Capodimonte Museum

One pass to five amazing Naples highlights (valid for 2 days)

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Best time to visit
Early morning or late afternoon
Opening hours
Capodimonte Museum, Certosa & the San Martino Museum and Sant’Elmo Castle: 08:30 - 19:30 (last admission: 18:30). Pignatelli Villa: 08:30 - 17:00, 09:00 - 14:00 on Tuesdays
  • Get a pass to see five Naples highlights over 2 days, saving you time and money
  • See Italian masterpieces at the Capodimonte Museum and soak up the views from up high at Sant’Elmo Castle
  • See how the 19th and 20th-century royals lived at the decadent Pignatelli Villa and go for Baroque with more views at Certosa and the San Martino Museum

Short visit to Naples? See the best of its cultural highlights with this 2-day pass to the Capodimonte Museum, Sant'Elmo Castle, Pignatelli Villa, Duca di Martina Museum, and Certosa and the San Martino Museum.

Dating back to the 2nd millennium B.C and boasting a volcano that's as beautiful as it was once terrifying, Naples has centuries of awesome stuff to see. If you're short on time however, check out these five highlights with one 2-day pass.

Capodimonte Museum

Located in the grand Bourbon Palace of Capodimonte, the Capodimonte Museum is home to some extraordinary masterpieces by Parmigianino, Caravaggio, Carracci and more! As one of the largest museums in Italy it's worth a few hours meandering through the exhibitions and galleries.

Certosa and the San Martino Museum

This impressive former monastery complex has been been turned into a fascinating museum. At its centre is one of the coolest cloisters in Italy. Spend some time soaking up great views, Baroque masterpieces and work by Naples’ greatest 17th-century artists.

Sant’Elmo Castle

You'll go photo mad at this medieval fortress on a hilltop near the Certosa di San Martino, with equally excellent views over Naples from the Piazza d'Armi - its roof. It was originally a church dedicated to St Erasmus, and in 1349 it was turned into a castle (well, why not?). The creepy dungeons could tell some stories.

Pignatelli Villa

This regal looking museum is a formal royal home, crammed with extravagant lighting fixtures, decadent chandeliers, and ornate mirrors. This glimpse into a world of wealthy 18th-century Italians will blow you away. There's even a collection of royal coaches and leather wallpaper in the library!

Duca di Martina Museum

The National Museum of Ceramics is home to 6000 pieces, including Chinese Ming (1368–1644) ceramics, Renaissance majolica, rare Japanese vases and even more ceramic (this time from England). There's also an impressive collection of paintings by the likes of Vincenzo Camuccini and Francesco Solimena.

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What's included
  • Access to Capodimonte Museum + audio guide
  • Access to Certosa and Museum of San Martino
  • Access to Sant'Elmo Castle
  • Access to Villa Pignatelli
  • Access to Duca di Martina Museum
  • Temporary exhibitions

Swap your smartphone voucher at the ticket office of the Capodimonte Museum for a 48-hour combo ticket and an audio guide between 10:00 and 90 minutes before closing. In case of delay, there'll be no refund.

Cancellations are possible up to 72 hours before your visit date.
Capodimonte Museum
Via Miano 2, 80137, Naples
Key info
Wheelchair accessible
Audio guide
Capodimonte Museum audio guides available in English, Italian and French
Additional info

Getting There

Capodimonte Museum:

Bus: ANM 178, ANM R4 or ANM C63 to Via Capodimonte stop.

Certosa and San Martino Museum:

  • Funicolare: Morghen, Cimarosa or Piazza Fuga station
  • Metro: Line 1 to Vanvitelli station
  • Bus: Line V1 to Piazzale San Martino

Sant’Elmo Castle:

  • Funicolare: Morghen or Piazza Amedeo
  • Metro: Line 1 to Vanvitelli station
  • Bus: Line V1 to Piazzale San Martino

Pignatelli Villa:

Bus: ANM R3, R7 or CTP M1NB to Riviera di Chiaia.

Duca di Martina Museum:

Funicolare di Chiaia to Cimarosa, Funicolare Montesanto to Morghen, Funicolare Centrale to Piazza Fuga.

The price includes the cost of the audio guide of Capodimonte (€5) and the booking fee (€2).

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