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The National Railway Museum of Pietrarsa (Museo Nazionale Ferroviario di Pietrarsa) is a railway museum in/near Naples that is housed in what was originally the old Bourbon workshop Officine di Pietrarsa where steam machines for ships and boilers for locomotives were built. The museum features 5 pavilions. Pavilion A contains 26 steam locomotives and 4 three-phase electric locomotives. Pavilions B and C contain many carriages and pavilion D contains diesel locomotives. Pavilion E is dedicated to the cinema hall and pavilion F contains giant machinery from the old factory. Pavilion G contains train models and railway memorabilia.

Pietrarsa railway museum
Traversa Pietrarsa
80146 Naples

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Visitor information

Opening hours

Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday 02:00 pm – 08:00 pm
Friday 09:00 am – 04:30 pm
Saturday 09:30 am – 07:30 pm
Sunday 09:30 am – 07:30 pm

Notes

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday by reservation for large groups.

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Admission

0 - 5 Free
6 - 17 €5.00
65 and over €5.00
Normal rate €7.00
Family €20.00
Disabled Free

Notes

Family ticket is valid for two adults and two boys.

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Location

Traversa Pietrarsa, Naples, Italy

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