Free admission to the Museum of Pietrarsa for the deaf, here is the promotion

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Il National Railway Museum of Pietrarsa in Naples kicked off a nice initiative, namely the deaf people will be able to enter for free inside the structure. The realization of this project was possible thanks to the agreement stipulated between the FS Italiane Foundation and the Naples Provincial Section of the National Body for the protection and assistance of the deaf (ENS).

In particular, for all visits that will be booked directly by ENS there will be expert sign language guides who will guide deaf people to discover the history of this place, telling them curiosities and anecdotes relating to the carriages on display.

In this way, access and guidance to the facility is also ensured for these disabled people.

What to see at Museum of Pietrarsa

Il National Railway Museum of Pietrarsa consists of ben 7 pavilions with a total extension of approx 36.000 square meters. Inside you will find steam locomotives, three-phase electric locomotives, DC locomotives, diesel locomotives, electromotives and many others.

In the first pavilion there are the vehicles of the past, from the historical reconstruction of the first convoy of the Naples-Portici. The second pavilion, on the other hand, presents various rolling stock and wagons on a reduced scale, models and objects commonly used on the railway.

The third pavilion is divided into three sectors with old machinery from the former workshop and a naval sector with models and objects, representing the locomotives present perfect and therefore diesel and electric railcars, carriages and direct current electric locomotives. But these are just some of the things you will find in the museum, to discover them all you just have to visit!

Contacts and information

Pietrarsa official website

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