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  • Napoli
    Museo Duca di Martina
  • Napoli
    Museo Duca di Martina
  • Napoli
    Museo Duca di Martina
  • Napoli
    Museo Duca di Martina

Museo Duca di Martina



The splendid holdings on the hill of Vomero were acquired by Ferdinand I of Bourbon as a summer residence for the Duchess of Floridia, Lucia Migliaccio. Thus was born the exquisitely refined neoclassical villa, designed by the Tuscan architect Antonio Piccolini. The villa and the surrounding parks were acquired by the state in 1919 and since 1927 the Ceramics Museum of the Duke of Martina has been housed here. This museum contains one of the most prestigious collections of Oriental and European decorative art and includes over six thousand objects made of various decorative materials, from glass to amber, coral to enamel, but mostly porcelain and majolica.

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How to reach the site

Napoli, Via Cimarosa 77 (Villa Floridiana)

Funicolare di Chiaia: CIMAROSA stop
Funicolare Montesanto: MORGHEN stop
Funicolare Centrale: PIAZZA FUGA stop
Metro: line 1 VANVITELLI stop
Bus ANM: line V1  stop CIMAROSA 

Services and Accessibility

educational tours for groups
accessible site



    until 3 April 2020

    As a result of the Prime Ministerial Decree of 8 March 2020, valid until 3 April 2020, the opening of the museums and other cultural institutes and places referred to in Article 101 of the Code of Cultural Heritage and Landscape, referred to in Legislative Decree No 42 of 22 January 2004, is suspended.

  • We inform that on Sunday, March 1, the initiative of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism that provides free admission every first Sunday of the month to museums, archaeological parks and other places of culture of the State will be suspended

Info and Reservation

Monday to Friday from 9.00 am to 1.00 pm and from 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm
Saturday from 9.00 am to 2.00 pm

+39 06 399 67 050

848 800 288

Museo Duca di Martina



Get ready for the visit

Didactic tours

  • timetable: on request
    language: Italian, English, French, Spanish, German
    participants: up to 30 
    price: € 100.00 
    duration: 1 hour and 30 min
    reservation: required

    Guided tours by Progetto Museo


Museo Duca di Martina





09.30 - 17.00

The museum is open from Wednesday to Monday
Closed on Tuesday

The park is temporarily closed for works



December 25th, 1st January


Ticket Office

It closes 45 minutes before closing time