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July 19 - September 21

Herculaneum

I venerdì di Ercolano

Have you ever visited the Herculaneum Archaeological Park in the evening?

Every Friday evening at the Archaeological Park of Herculaneum there will be night guided tours enriched by projections of  lights and videomapping reconstructions of frescoes and statues currently preserved at the National Archaeological Museum of Naples. Suggestive “Tableaux Vivants”, by Teatri 35, will enhance this journey among the charms of the city.

The project is produced by Scabec Spa/Regione Campania. and Herculaneum Archeological Park, in collaboration with Herculaneum Municipality.

Guided tours

 Tour 1 : 8 pm – 8.30 pm (starting at 8pm, 8.10 pm, 8.20 pm)
Tour 2 : 8.30 pm – 9 pm (starting at 8.30 pm, 8.40 pm, 8.50 pm)
until 11 pm

Ticket

– free admission: people under 18 years old
– 5€ ordinary ticket
– 2€ reduced price ticket for people between 18-25, owners of Campania>Artecard

– Click here to buy Ticket Online
– at Ticketone outlets in Campania (click here)
– at Herculaneum ticket office

booking is mandatory for children / young people entitled to free admission.

Info & Contacts

www.ercolano.beniculturali.it

The itinerary is accompanied in Italian.
The path includes many steps.
Therefore, it is not suitable for people with walking problems.

Visitors in wheelchairs can book their visit by writing a week in advance to stefania.siano@beniculturali.it, indicating the desired day and time of the visit.

The appointment is at the Park ticket office, at least 20 minutes before the start of the tour.

It is advisable to wear flat and comfortable shoes. Summer evenings are best enjoyed by protecting the skin with lotions against insect bites.

In the event of adverse weather conditions the course will take place indoors in the Antiquarium and at Padiglione della Barca.

 

Parking

Scuola Rodinò in Via IV Novembre
Scuola Iovino Scotellaro I Traversa Via IV Novembre

The Archaeological Park car park is closed