Palazzo Zevallos

History

The palace was built between 1637 and 1639 by Cosimo Fanzago on the will of the Spanish family of the Zevallos, Dukes of Ostuni, who wanted for them a noble palace on Via Toledo, failing to build one on the neighbors as crowded “Quartieri Spagnoli”. The first owner of the palace was Giovanni Zevallos.

The palace houses the homonymous museum gallery that has 120 works including paintings, drawings and sculptures that are part of the collections of galleries in Italy owned by the Intesa Sanpaolo group. The works in the Galleries of Palazzo Zevallos are displayed in the rooms of the noble floor with chronological criteria. These are composed of paintings ranging from the seventeenth century Neapolitan to those of the nineteenth century part of the school of Posillipo and Resina, up to sculptures and drawings in pencil and charcoal by Vincenzo Gemito performed between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, to which an entire room has been dedicated. Among the most important pieces in the collection there is the last work of Caravaggio, the Martyrdom of Saint Ursula, of 1610

Schedule

from Tuesday to Friday

From 10:00 to 18:00

Saturday and Sunday

From 10:00 to 20:00

Last entry 30 min before closing time

Info

Price

Full price

€ 5,00

Reduced price

€ 3,00

Over 65 e under 26

Accompanist of an employee of the Intesa Sanpaolo Group

ALI members and AGOAL members (if family member of an employee or pensioner of the Intesa Sanpaolo Group)

Groups of more than 10 people.

Tips

We recommend buying tickets online

How to get there

Address

Via Toledo, 185, 80132 Napoli NA

Public transport

From Piazza Garibaldi take metro Line 1 and get off at Toledo. Then 5 minutes walk.

From Naples Airport take Alibus and get off at Piazza Garibaldi. Take metro Line 1 and get off at Toledo stop. Then 5 minutes walk.

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