Originally put off by it's location, I was glad to have made the effort to visit it.
As per my travel guide's suggestion I paid the additional €5 for the audioguide, as at the peak of summer I didn't want to spend all day inside the large museum. Note when we visited, the third floor contemporary art exhibitions were only opened at a set time that day so I'm sure other visitors that came earlier/later in the day would have been sorry to miss it. Although warhol's vessuvias wasn't on show when we went sadly. It also seemed like a number of the rooms were also closed.
As with other attractions in napoli it was difficult to find other parts of the exhibition, e.g. print and drawings room. Although some of this confusion may have been caused because of exhibits being closed perhaps?
This didn't matter too much as taking in the gardens is a highlight of the attraction and not to be missed.
Several buses run from piazza garibaldi to the museum and taxis from the piazza would cost roughly €20-25. However, the napoli sightseeing bus runs past it so it may be worth visiting it on a day when you take that tour.
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