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All reviews veiled christ cristo velato small chapel amazing sculptures no photos allowed anatomical models marble sculptures audio guide the main attraction works of art entrance fee ticket office visit naples statue masterpiece net modesty
No need to say this is one place you have to go and visit when in Naples, you'll the see the famous "Cristo Velato" by Giuseppe San Martino, but not only, "Modesty" by Antonio Corradini, and "disinganno" by Queirolo are also breathtaking sculptures
Jesus sculpture will blow your mind. But it is really small church with 5 beautiful sculptures and small basement with two 18century anatomical machines(really impressive ones) will take maximum 20minutes to see Wil cost with audio guide over 20 euros.
Of course it's main attraction is the veiled christ but for what they charge to enter there is little else to see. No photos are allowed and don't sit or touch anything or the many staff who are constantly watching you will rush over to...More
The museum has exquisite sculptures but for the amount charged, the offerings are very limited. The main attraction of course is the "veiled Christ" and there are several other exhibits that took us no more than 15-20 minutes for viewing. Nice, but didn't think it...More
Il Cristo velato is the first thing you should see in Italy, not just in Naples. Possibily in silence, with few people around. (Don't get upset by the presence of illegal souvenir sellers in the area)!
I thoroughly enjoyed our visit, not just for the statues but also for the history and information! My partner however didn’t find this too interesting but did enjoy the work! If you’re strapped for cash and aren’t really sure this is something you’d enjoy I...More
Doesn’t have a lot inside - very small. The sculptures are still amazing so it’s up to you if you want to pay to see it. It’s about 5-7 euros depending on your age and if you’re a student. Also, you can’t take photos inside.