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Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Paestum

Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Paestum

$0 $18 per person

The archaeological museum is situated within the archaeological area of Paestum. It contains all the finds from the city and surrounding area of Poseidonia-Paestum and illustrates the evolution and transformation of the city from the foundation of the Greek colony between the late 7th century and the early 6th century BC until the establishment of the Roman colony. The museum has an extraordinary collection of painted tomb slabs, including the most famous Tomb of the Diver. A section of the museum is devoted to the archaic metopes and there are also a series of votive objects: fragments of terracotta, vases and objects made of metal and bone. Open from 8.30 am to 7.30 pm with last admission at 6.50 pm On the first and third Monday of the month, the museum is open from 8.30 am to 1.40 pm with last admission at 1.00 pm.

  • City
    Paestum (Salerno)
  • Address
    Via Magna Graecia, 919,
  • Timetables
    8:30am-7:30pm with entrace allowed until 6.50pm
  • Closing day
    Monday, December 25th and January 1st
  • Contacts
    Tel. +39 0828 811023 / Email [email protected]
  • Website
  • Price without Artecard
    December-February: Museum + Archaeological Area € 6.00; Family ticket € 10.00; Museum € 4.00; Archaeological area € 5,00 // March-November: Museum + archaeological area: € 12.00 / Family ticket € 20.00; Museum € 6.00; Archaeological Area € 8.00
  • With Campania 3 days
    Free admission, using 1 of the 2 free access available. You are entitled to reduced price ticket from the 3rd site onwards
  • With Campania 3 days young
    Free admission
  • With Campania 7 days
    Free admission, using 1 of the 5 free access available. You are entitled to reduced price ticket from the 6th site onwards
  • With 365 Gold Pass
    Free admission, using 2 annual free access available.
  • With 365 Gold Pass young
    Free admission, using 2 annual free access available.

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Museo archeologico nazionale di Paestum