Admission is very reasonable, about 7 euros, much cheaper than other sites in Italy. Good restaurants nearby. Not easy to find as not well sign posted, had to use google maps! Interesting historical/cultural area of interest.
About Museo Cappella Sansevero
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Small and intimate, but packs a punch. We took the audio tour €3.50 and it was worth it for the explanation of the extraordinary detail of the masterpieces on show. Took us less than an hour to walk round but it was really intriguing and...More
Wanted to make sure that we didn't miss the "Veiled Christ". One of the highlights of our trip. You know this small museum/chapel is important when locals smile and are happy when you tell them that you want to see the Cappella Sansevero. Truly a...More
We visited the museum on a Sunday and we waited in line for 30 min, but it worth the wait. The mausoleum is decorated with the most beautiful sculptures and great paintings on the walls. "Jesus in vail" breathtaking. Ticket price is 8 euro/pers and...More
This was on our must see list after researching prior to our trip to Naples. We had gone wanting to see the veiled Christ which we did and were amazed by it but what we hadn't expected was the plethora of other world class statuary...More
The atmosphere in the chapel is breathtaking, so many beautiful sculptures in one place. Not easy to find, nearest Metro is 'Dante' , then ask!
As other reviewers already mentioned, while this is a worthwhile attraction, the entry fee is high, given that this is a small place - ca 30 minutes to see it all- and picture taking is stricly forbidden. No discount for seniors. Mid afternoon on a...More
This is just a small unattractive chapel from the outside which contains the most amazing works of art I've ever seen. Wow! When you enter, the noise and heat from the busy street outside just disappear. The central sculpture of Christ, draped in a fine...More
The Veiled Christ is simply stunning - lifelike and awe-inspiring. And the surrounding chapel is a fit setting for this amazing masterpiece with several other beautiful statues to admire. Not sure about the human circulation systems preserved in the tiny basement but makes a change...More