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Treasure Hunt At The Archaeological Museum




Explore the highlights of the Archaeological Museum of Naples through a fun-filled treasure hunt lead by a private, fully-licensed guide.



Meet your private, fully-licensed guide at the entrance of the Archaeological Museum of Naples, the city’s most iconic museum, and let him/her show you its most precious highlights, mainly coming from Pompeii.
Start by discovering the Farnese collection (which has nothing to do with Pompeii) with a focus on 2 massive statues, the Farnese Bull and the statue of Hercules, and the beautiful Farnese Cup.
Walking through the Emperor’s gallery, take a look at the statue of Caracalla, and then take the stairs to reach the most impressive collection of objects and works of art discovered in the archaeological sites of Pompeii, Herculaneum and other Ancient Roman sites.
Among the highlights, you will see the remains of a mosaic found in the House of the Faun, statues of Dancers and Athletes, a beautiful statue of Mercury, and the vase called Cupids Harvesting Grapes. Things like daily life tools used some 2,000 years ago, such as musical instruments, keys, dice and a beauty case will also be seen.
The tour ends at a huge wooden model of Pompeii.
All these highlights will be seen through a fun-filled treasure hunt so that your children are kept engaged and entertained throughout the visit.


Key Benefits:

  • The Farnese Gallery
  • The Emperor’s Gallery
  • The House of the Faun and other mosaics
  • The Dancers, the Athletes and other iconic statues
  • Daily life tools
  • A representation of Pompeii


Price per family (6 people max)


Book this activity

Duration of the activity 2 hours
Minimum age 6 years
What is included:

– A private, fully licensed guide who knows how to keep the children engaged
– Entrance to the archaeological Museum of Naples
– A game booklet (treasure hunt) and a gift for each child