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The Villa Pignatelli in Naples


The Museum

Today's Pignatelli house-museum was donated to the State by the princess in the 1955 Rosina Pignatelli and dedicated to Diego Aragona Pignatelli Cortes.
The furnishings testify to the elegance of an extremely refined and composite taste that takes cues from the most disparate styles, typical of the late nineteenth century, such as the Neo-Baroque or Neo-Renaissance.

Structure

In museum it is possible to visit:

  • the three small living rooms (blue, red and green)
  • the Ballroom
  • the monumental neoclassical veranda
  • the magnificent Library
  • the Dining Room (with the table with dishes and cutlery from the Pignatelli family)

Information on the Museo Diego Aragona Pignatelli Cortes

Opening time:

  • Monday and Wednesday to Sunday from 08: 30 to 14: 00
  • Closed on Tuesdays

Price tickets:

  • Full € 2,00
  • Reduced € 1,00 (for young people from 18 to 25 years)
  • Ticket prices and timetables may vary based on current exhibitions
  • Free for children of 18 years and the first Sunday of each month
  • The ticket office closes at 13: 00

Contacts:

  • Tel: (+081) 761 2356 XNUMX
  • E-mail: sspsae-na.pignatelli@beniculturali.it
  • Official site of the Pignatelli Museum

How to get:

  • Address: Riviera di Chiaia, 200
  • From Piazza Garibaldi: 151 bus or L2 metro line, Amedeo stop (c.ca 15 minutes on foot)
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