Archaeological National Museum

Archaeological National Museum

 

 

 

In 1777, King Ferdinand I reunited in a former university seat several collections, starting the Royal Bourbon Museum, called National Museum after Italian unification . It can boast the richest and most valuable heritage of archaeological works of art and artefacts in Italy. Its exhibits include the findings of the towns destroyed by the Vesuvius eruption in 79 AD.

http://cir.campania.beniculturali.it/museoarcheologiconazionale/