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Top recommendations from locals

Museum
“Tour Palm Cottage, historic house and home of the Naples Historical Society. ”
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Tourist Information Center
“See Naples on a trolley. Get off and shop or wander and get back on the next one. One price for all day. Learn the history of Naples. ”
  • Рекомендуют 8 местных жителей
Дизайн-студия
“Ranked number 6 in the New York Times Travel Section “Best things to do in Naples”, Naples Train Museum pays homage to the crucial role that trains and the railway have played in Naples' daily life down the years. Located on the same site as The Naples Depot in the city's downtown districts, the venue was once a train station before being converted into a privately-run indoor museum. It is heavily geared towards children with an eclectic mix of train-themed memorabilia and activities including outdoor train rides that alternate between a live steam engine or a diesel engine. Inside, the museum has a total of ten simultaneously operating trains, with plenty of buttons to push to make the accessories come to life. The museum's layout is updated monthly. Ad-mission is free for children under 3 years, $3 for children aged 3-14 years, and $7 for adults and children over 14 years. LOCATION Seaboard Coast Line Railway Station, Corner of Fifth Avenue South & Tenth Street South HOURS Fri-Sat 10am-2pm (1 Nov-30 Apr) Sat 10a-2pm (1 May-31 Oct) ”
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Museum
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History Museum
“Not a particularly large museum but not a bad way to spend the day if one is feeling more serious.”
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History Museum
“ Amazing Museum of a car collection of over 100 influential automobiles that meet rigid standards for historic significance, rarity, technical, aesthetic or social significance. ”
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