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Reservation on the coop culture website or with the  app “Capodimonte”.

– € 15 full price

– € 14 groups of more than 15 paying people over the age of 25

– € 12 from 8.30 to 9.30 am. and from 5.30 to 6.30 pm.

– € 2 reduced for citizens of the European Union between 18 and 25 years of age (up to and including the day of the 25th birthday)

– visitors under 18 and disabled visitors


The ticket is valid all day with unlimited exit and re-entry until closing time.

Wheelchairs are available for disabled visitors.


The Museo di Capodimonte is open every day except on Wednesday from 8.30 am to 7.30 pm.
Last admission to the museum is at 6.30 pm. The galleries begin to close from 7 pm.

Extraordinary opening on Thursday 25 April 2024 (free entry) and Wednesday 1 May 2024 (paid entry).
The Museum closes on Thursday 2 May 2024

The Museo di Capodimonte is closed: every Wednesday.

The ticket office will close one hour before the closure.

The First floor of the museum can be visited on weekdays (excluding Wednesdays)

from 8.30 a.m. to 7.30 p.m.  (last entrance 6.30 p.m.). On Sundays and holidays the first floor wil be closed

The Second Floor of the museum can be visited on weekdays (excluding Wednesdays)

from 8.30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.  (last entrance 4.30 p.m.). On Sundays and holidays from 8.30 a.m. to 7.30 p.m. (last entrance 6.30 p.m.)

Armoury, Third Floor with the Contemporary Art section, the Mimmo Jodice Photography Gallery and the Nineteenth-Twentieth Century section will be closed.

 Chiesa di San Gennaro nel Real Bosco di Capodimonte will be closed



Capodimonte is home to approximately 6,000 ceramics and works in porcelain,
making the museum home to one of the most important such collections in
Europe. Most of the objects come from the Bourbon Collection, which was later
enriched by purchases and gifts after the unification of Italy in 1861.
Our current installation of the Cabinet’s ten rooms intends to revive the
ambitious project of Annibale Sacco, director of the Royal House of Savoy.
Beginning in 1872, Sacco, on behalf of the king, reassembled a large collection of
porcelain and ceramics that had belonged to the Bourbon family and had been
dispersed across various royal sites.
The porcelain, which Sacco did not distribute across various rooms of the palace
as mere furnishings, will be exhibited in dedicated thematic rooms, increasing
the number of works on view and better showcasing the diversity and breadth of
our collections.
Among the themed rooms are those dedicated to the European manufactures of
Meissen, Sèvres, Vienna, Berlin, Naples, and Capodimonte, linking the palace to
the porcelain manufactory Charles of Bourbon commissioned in Naples.
The collection includes important porcelain acquired by the Bourbon Court
through prestigious gifts or royal purchases, such as those brought to Naples by
the wife of King Ferdinand IV, Maria Carolina of Austria, from Vienna, or those
donated by the Hapsburg imperial court of Berlin, including porcelain from
Sèvres and Dagoty, and even English terracotta. Additionally, approximately
600 works in the collection were made by the Neapolitan manufactures of Del
Vecchio and Giustiniani as well as the Sicilian Baron Giuseppe Malvica.
This project is led by Federico Forquet.

Closed on Wednesday
We remind you that the entrance ticket allows you to go in and out of the museum as much as you want during the day.


Scholars who, for research purposes, want access to the Gabinetto dei Disegni e delle Stampe , which can be visited by appointment from Monday to Friday from 9.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.m., must send their request and wait for a confirmation email to: 

Reservations and guided tours:

Individuals or groups, schools:
848 800 288
+39 06 399 67 050 (mobile phone or abroad)
Numbers available Monday to Sunday from 10.00 am to 3.00 pm.


To guarantee the protection of the works of art and to give to everyone the opportunity of a full enjoyment of the visit to the museum, and given the large crowds of visitors, in the special days of free admission and the first Sunday of every month the access to organized groups of visit is not recommanded

The card to visit places of art and culture in Naples and in Campania and to travel with public transport of the Unicocampania consortium with benefits and reductions is available here


take Tangential Route, Capodimonte exit

Line 1 of the subway, Museum stop; then continue on the bus*
Line 2 of the subway, Piazza Cavour stop; then continue on the bus*

Bus*: stop in Piazza Museo (next to the National Archaeological Museum), lines:
3M (stop Porta Piccola, Via Miano);
168 and 178 (stop Porta Piccola, Via Miano);
C63 (stop Porta Grande, via Capodimonte);
204 (stop Viale Colli Aminei, far about 200 metres from Porta Piccola)

It’s possible to purchase bus/subway tickets at a newsstand, tobacconists or at the vending machines in the subway stations.

By bus or taxi use the Porta Grande Stop, Via Capodimonte.


The Museum of Capodimonte collaborates with other museums and cultural institutions, nationally and internationally, to the realization of art exhibitions. The lending of artworks and exchange relationships between institutions increase the value of the museum and provide a platform through which is possible to attract the interest and support for projects and initiatives, helping to raise awareness in the world of the Museum of Capodimonte as a notable center for visual arts, with a prestigious permanent collection.
To enhance the experience of visiting the Museum, we invite you therefore to read the list of the objects on loan, to check in advance if the artwork to which you are particularly interested in is out for exhibitions.
The list takes into account both those artworks usually included throughout the exhibition and the artworks in storage.
Additionally, the dates indicated refer to the duration of various exhibitions, not including the necessary time required for preparation, transport and mounting of the objects from and to the Museum of Capodimonte.
For further information:


The Museo e Real Bosco di Capodimonte has elaborated a simplified procedure concerning the requests for a fair use of the pictures related to the Museum’s properties and works of art.
Taking pictures of the State’s properties legally require an authorisation from the Museo di Capodimonte. Apart from a strictly personal use of the pictures – for personal enjoyment or study – the use and possession of pictures require the payment of a charge.
For further information


The Real Bosco di Capodimonte covers 134 hectares of gardens and woods overlooking the city and bay of Naples. It is no longer merely a hunting ground, but a pleasure garden with elegant paths and avenues designed to delight the visitor.
Thanks to the climate and centuries of careful planting by distinguished botanists, the park contains many rare and exotic specimens.You will see camphor trees and camelias from Asia, magnolias and cypresses from the Americas and eucalyptus from Australia.
Within the Park there are a further 16 historic buildings including residences, lodges, churches as well as fountains, statues, orchards and woods.

Opening times
in October, February and March:
open from 7.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.
in November, December and January:
open from 7.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
in April, May, June, July, August and September:
open from 7.00 a.m. to 7.30 p.m.
We kindly inform you that the Royal Park of Capodimonte will be closed on Easter Monday in order to conserve the grounds.

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