Museum and Certosa di San Martino in Naples

Certosa di San Martino Museum in Naples

The Museum and the Charterhouse

The Certosa di San Martino was consecrated in the 1368. It was given a purely style Gothic that in the 1600 will be converted into baroque. It will be in the next century that the chapel of the Magdalene, the Refectory and the Cloister will be annexed.
Giordano, Vaccaro and De Mura stand out among the personalities who worked there. In the 1866 the Fiorelli will constitute the museum that was intended to preserve the "patrie memories" of the city.

The sections

Le sections always open to the public I'm:

  • the church
  • the refectory
  • the Nativity
  • the naval section
  • the cloisters
  • the Murat hall and of the French decade
  • the carriage hall
  • the gardens

Information on the Museum and the Certosa di San Martino

Opening time:

  • Open every day from 08: 30 at 19: 30
  • Closed on Wednesdays

Price tickets:

  • Full € 6
  • Reduced € 3
  • Free for under 18 and the first Sunday of each month
  • Rates may vary based on current exhibitions
  • The ticket office closes an hour earlier


How to get:

  • Address: Largo San Martino 5 - 80129 Naples
  • From Piazza Garibaldi: L1 metro line, Montesanto station, then funicular, Morghen stop, on foot (about 6 min.)
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