National Archaeological Museum
The most important museum in Naples is the Museo Archeologico Nazionale, set in the center of the city and home to some of the most significant ancient art in the world. Much of the collection was unearthed in nearby Pompeii and Herculaneum, so choose a tour that combines a visit to the ruins with skip-the-line tickets to the museum.
Many visitors to Naples are surprised to learn that the city is home to one of the largest collections of art in Italy, housed in the lavish Capodimonte Palace. Join a guided tour that concentrates on the highlights of this [vast museum](https://www.viator.com/en-CA/Naples-attractions/Capodimonte-Museum-Museo-di-Capodimonte/d508-a15910_, which include works by Botticelli, Titian, Caravaggio, and Raphael.
The baroque Cappella di Sansevero in the historic center of Naples houses the spectacular Veiled Christ by Giuseppe Sanmartino, a startlingly life-like marble statue of Christ lying under a thin veil. Visit as part of a walking tour of the historic center to gaze in wonder at this remarkable artistic achievement.
Charterhouse of San Martino
Set high above the city, this former charterhouse is now an excellent museum housing a collection of Neapolitan and Italian art dating from the 16th to the 19th centuries. Join a guided tour with skip-the-line tickets to see the wealth of art and history in the museum as well as the site’s historic monastery, cloisters, and church.
Museum of the Royal Palace
Housed in the Royal Palace, this museum set inside the palace’s historic Royal apartments encompasses a vast and eclectic collection of furniture, art, porcelain, and objets d’art dating from the baroque and neoclassical periods. Visit with a guide to put this large collection in its historic context.