Certosa Di San Martino

History

The Carthusian monastery of San Martino is by far one of the largest religious monumental complexes in the city and one of the most successful examples of Baroque architecture and art together with the royal chapel of the Treasury of San Gennaro, and the fulcrum of Neapolitan painting of the seventeenth century. It has about one hundred halls, two churches, four chapels, three cloisters and hanging gardens.

After the Unification of Italy it has assumed the title of national monument and since 1866 it houses the National Museum of San Martino, born with the aim of telling the artistic and cultural history of the city. Inside the Carthusian complex is housed in some rooms the National Museum of San Martino, which has the intent of telling the story of Naples from the Bourbon era until the posthumous period.

Schedule

From Monday to Saturday

8:30 - 19:30

Info

Price

Full price

€ 6,00

Reduced price

€ 2,00

Citizens of the European Community aged between 18 and 25.

Free

Yes

Citizens under 18 years of the European Community and non-EU.
Italian teaching staff of the school of role or with contract to term behind exhibition of suitable certificate issued by the educational institutions.

Accessi

Aperto da lunedì a Sabato (8:30 – 19:30)

  • Cortile Monumentale/ Church (without access to the nave)
  • Chiostro dei Procuratori
  • Refettorio
  • Sezione presepiale
  • Chiostro grande
  • Androne delle Carrozze

Terrazza belvedere

8,30-14,00

800 Neapolitan (Monday, Tuesday, Friday)

Collezione Alisio (giovedì)

9.40 -17.00

Quarto del Priore

Closed on Wednesday, January 1 and December 25

The ticket office closes 1 hour before

How to get there

Address

Largo S. Martino, 5, 80129 Napoli NA

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