The Archaeological Museum showcases one hundred masterpieces have never been exhibited and stored from a long time in the warehouses. Statues and busts of Roman times, coming from Herculaneum, Pompeii, Cuma, Pozzuoli and Baia, now return to see the light and will be exhibited in an architectural glass and plexiglass furniture placed in the northern garden of the Museum.
The exhibition will be accompanied by a descriptive video that will explain every single statue.
In the atrium of the Museum a video station will enable visitors to see the sculptures through a camera, allowing a closer look at the work in which you are interested.
Where: National Archaeological Museum of Naples, Piazza Museo 19
When: October 27, 2015