The De Feis Etruscan Archaeological Museum in Naples

De Feis Etruscan Archaeological Museum in Naples
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The museum

Il De Feis museum, inaugurated in February 2015, is the first Etruscan Archaeological Museum in Naples and is located inside theDenza Institute. This opening was the result of the collaboration between the Superintendence for Cultural Heritage and Activities of the Tuscany Region and the Provincial Father of the Barnabites of Naples, Pasquale Riillo.

The Museum exhibits over 800 finds relating to the collection of Father Barnabita Leopoldo De Feis, who established the first educational museum of the Collegio Fiorentino "Alle Querce", whose materials were closed at the Barbanita pole of Villa San Paolo in Florence and, only later, in Naples .

The exhibits exhibited here cover a chronological interval that stands out between the Bronze Age and the Imperial Era of Severiana and which are related to theancient Etruscan center of Campania of Caudium.

Information on the "De Feis" Etruscan Archaeological Museum

Opening time:

  • Monday to Friday from 10: 00 to 13: 30
  • By reservation only
  • Saturday and Sunday morning on request

Price tickets:

  • Free entry

Contacts:





How to get:

  • Address: Istituto Denza, Via Coroglio 9 - 80124 Naples
  • Metro line L1: Mergellina station, then bus to the Bruno - Sannazzaro stop, get off at the Discesa Coroglio - Istituto Denza stop.
 
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