Audio-guided tour of the city of Naples and Sansevero Chapel entrance ticket - ITALY MUSEUM
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Audio-guided tour of the city of Naples and Sansevero Chapel entrance ticket

Discover Naples with our audio guide and Admire masterpieces such as the famous Veiled Christ and explore the city of Naples!

from/per person 12.00 €
  • Reserved entrance
  • Confirmation by email
  • Fast track entry
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • E-voucher accepted
  • Witness the perfect marriage between art and religion
  • Discover this jewel of the international artistic heritage

The Sansevero Chapel offers you Baroque creativity, dynastic pride, beauty and mystery. Once, it was a private chapel that belonged to the Sansevero Family; today it is the most important chapel in Naples as it houses nearly thirty works of art that represent the key characteristic of the Rococo Style from the 18th century.
Among these works, the famous Veiled Christ, and a remarkable depiction of translucent veils of the marble statues that has for long made this of place the shrine for followers of Rococo art.

Attention: Since the chapel has a limited admission capacity (40 visitors maximum), reservation in advance is highly recommended.
The reservation is mandatory for groups over 9 people.

The price includes

  • Entrance ticket to the Sansevero Chapel
  • Booking fee
  • Presale


Not included

  • Guide service
  • Entrance tickets to other museums or attractions
  • Museum audioguide


Where do I pick up the ticket

The day of the visit you will have to show your ticket directly at the entrance of the Sansevero Chapel. Remember to arrive at least 15 minutes before the scheduled time. 



Tickets cannot be modified, cancelled or refunded under any circumstances.
If you are late you will lose the reservation and you will not be refunded.
The start time of the visit is the one selected at the time of purchase and written on the ticket.
The request is subject to confirmation by the museum.
There could be waits due to security controls.
An ID is requested at the entrance of the museum.