Certosa e Museo di San Martino

Piazzale San Martino, 5 - Tel. 081.5586408; 848.800288

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The Neapolitan Charterhouse, dedicated to St. Martin bishop of Tours, was founded in 1325 for King Charles’ will, the Angevin Robert ‘s son. The huge structure is a work by Tino, the son of the sculptor Camaino and by Attanasio Primario. Between the end of the 16th century and the 18th century the whole monastery was completely transformed by means of many artists. The old kitchens house the section of the Nativity Scenes, whose starting unit, composed of the important collection by Cuciniello, has been enriching over the years with donations to become nowadays the most complete and important among the public
and private Italian collections. The Museum houses also the Prior’s Quarter, where la Vergine con Bambino e san Giovannino by Pietro Bernini.

Wed closed.
Open: Thu - Tue 8.30 a.m. - 7.30 p.m. (the ticket
office closes at 6.30)
Tickets: Adults € 6,00 ; € 3,00 for 19-24 EU
citizens; under18 - over65 and students of humanistic
faculties free admission; and Artecard
holders 50% off.
Services: partial access for disabled people
Transports: Underground Line 1, Vanvitelli Station-
Underground Line 2, Cavour Station and
then Underground Line 1- Funicular of Chiaia,
Cimarosa Station- Central Funicular, Piazza Fuga
Station and Funicular of Montesanto, Morghen
Station, then V1 Bus.





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