The National Archaeological Museum, located in downtown Florence, is a private collection Museum of the Medici family in history. It contains a large number of precious cultural relics from Africa, ancient Rome and ancient Greece. On both sides of the national road leading to the second floor, there are many artistic statues.
The Archeological museum is housed in a palazzo built in 1620. The collections of Etruscan, Egyptian, Greek and Roman artifacts are outstanding. The exhibits include photos of where some objects were found, which provide a better understanding. The Etruscan statues collection includes the Chimera, a mythical lion with a goat’s head. There’s a fine collection of Roman, Greek and Etruscan vases, ceramics and statues and the Egyptian collection is the second largest in Italy. On your way out, take a minute or two to admire the façade of the Ospedale degli Innocenti, the city’s orphanage, and its cameos of swaddled babies.
Individual exhibition halls are temporary exhibitions. The National Archaeological Museum is no longer interested in visiting them for a fee.
The main thing is to visit Naples, the National Archaeological Museum has no interest in visiting. Go where you want to go. I recommend it.
Not a famous tourist destination, not many people, you can enjoy the cultural relics safely.