See the treasures of popes, kings, famous Neapolitans, and ordinary people, collected over seven centuries. You'll get up close to the necklace of San Gennaro, as well as one of the biggest emeralds in the world. The Chapel itself is a proud example of the relationship between the people of Naples and their patron saint. This jewel of Baroque art...
- * Entry to the Museum of the Treasure of San Gennaro
- * Admission to the Chapel of San Gennaro
- * Audio guide
- * Tour guide
- * Earphones
- The museum can be reached from Naples Central Station and via Metro lines 1 and 2. Free admission for children under 12, disabled persons from 75%, accompanying teachers of school classes, authorised guides (accredited with badge and contact details). Go to the courtyard of the San Gennaro Museum and show your ticket at the box office. For the use of the audio guide, we recommend that you bring your own headphones (no Bluetooth), which can be purchased on site at a cost of € 1.
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