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Museo dello Sbarco e Salerno Capitale

Via Generale Clark 5, 84100 Salerno, Italy
+39 347 641 2564
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very meaningful visit

I am sorry that others weren't able to have the experience that we had. I saw on facebook that the... read more

Reviewed 4 November 2017
west central Georgia
Informed That This Museum Is Now Closed

We drove from Ravello to visit this museum as my husband was very keen to visit. However, we were... read more

Reviewed 25 September 2017
Sheila K
London, United Kingdom
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The Museum of Landing and Salerno Capital is the first big museum in Salerno, that remembers the Allied Landing on Salerno's coasts in 1943, and the following period of Salerno Capital, and the government of national unity.Visitors can see a large collection of original relics, during a route in the memory of the most dramatic event in our territory.
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  • Very good36%
  • Average7%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible13%
4 Nov 2017
“very meaningful visit”
25 Sep 2017
“Informed That This Museum Is Now Closed”
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Via Generale Clark 5, 84100 Salerno, Italy
+39 347 641 2564
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Reviewed 4 November 2017

I am sorry that others weren't able to have the experience that we had. I saw on facebook that the museum is now open by appointment only. The website didn't offer clear information, so I contacted our bed and breakfast owner at Salerno Centro and...More

Thank Frugal-Teacher
Reviewed 25 September 2017

We drove from Ravello to visit this museum as my husband was very keen to visit. However, we were very disappointed to be told that the Museum is closed. There is no signage. Very disappointed that our 3 hour + round trip was a complete...More

Thank Sheila K
Reviewed 4 September 2017

I was desperate to visit this museum as my father was involved in WWII in Italy and it was part of our reason for staying in Salerno. However when we arrived in at 18.10hrs it was closed and we were told to email or ring...More

Thank Sandra P
Reviewed 8 July 2017

We followed the instructions from a fellow writer using the metro to Arbostella. The anti aircraft gun has gone. You cannot visit the beach as the military camp seems to be some sort of transit camp now. We managed to find a man who spoke...More

Thank Jean N
Reviewed 12 October 2016

My father was involved in the landings at Salerno.I was anxious to visit this museum and see what my father never talked about. After an hour or so of walking around Salerno to find the tourist info center, I was told to take the train...More

Thank claude
Reviewed 15 September 2016

Visited the museum today and was shown around by on the English speaking staff (can't remember his name) Thankyou is was greatly appreciated. They have many copies of original B&W photos including some colour, as well as some interesting uniforms and equipment used by both...More

Thank Apeman58
Reviewed 25 April 2016 via mobile

Not sure how bad people's sense of direction or detective skills are, but this museum was very easy to find! Myself and my fiancé were on a 5 day trip to Naples, and after a little Internet research, decided a day trip to Salerno was...More

8  Thank John F
Reviewed 17 January 2016

My grandfather was a part of this invasion. The hospitality is was fantastic. Apart from the video, almost everything is in Italian. I am glad I went.

Thank PastorOKR
Reviewed 28 August 2015 via mobile

Sadly closed for the week but judging the outside exhibits it looks worth a visit. I thought I'd clear up its location. Travelling by car south along via Mark Wayne Clark the Novotel is on your left on the roundabout. Go straight ahead with hotel...More

3  Thank Keith L
Reviewed 28 July 2015

As I have a keen interest in military history and was in Naples I thought I would go to the museum given Salerno's importance in the Allied invasion of mainland Italy in WW2. It wasn't open at the advertised time and I was told to...More

1  Thank Shatnersbasoon75
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