Visiting the Correale is a wonderful experience. Beautiful art without being overwhelming and beautiful gardens.
From Sorrento train station, walk straight down in front of you, through a modern shop/restaurant development and a small gardens area and turn right on the road and you'll come the museum facing you. Arriving about 4 pm (they were still on summer opening hours for another couple of weeks) we had the place virtually to ourselves, only seeing two... More
The Museum is a beautiful building and has an amazing ceremony room where we held our wedding this year (Sept 2013). The grounds are amazing too. When we come back to Sorrento for our anniversary we will take a proper visit around the Museum and take in its full glory.
Very peacfull after bustle of sorrento streets.informative.The garden is shady with views over the bay
We enjoyed the collection of local art on a rainy afternoon in Sorrento. This museum has quite a few interesting exhibits showing what the area looked like in past centuries. In addition there are a small number of archeological gems which are certainly worth attention. A bonus were the fantastic views over the bay of Naples and the mountain backdrop... More
fantastic collection of local art and collections from the area. As one of the only museums in sorrento, it is definitely worth a visit. we came to escape the rain and was a great way to keep dry and take in some local culture. beautiful views of the area from this building.
Lots of exhibits, particularly examples of inlaid wood furniture of the region. The exhibits are well laid out and allow a good hour and a half for the visit. As you visit each floor of exhibits, there are some great views of the Bay of Naples to be seen through the windows. 8 Euro entrance fee.
Had some free time so wandered over to the Musuem, well worth a visit. the villa that houses the musuem was originally left by two brothers who donated the collection and the venue to the municpality on their deaths. It houses a varied selection of artefact and painting, ceramics and other interesting objects. It is not expensive to see and... More
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