Private tour

Boscoreale: Antiquarium & Villa Regina Private Tour

Activity provider: Le Terre di Federico
Private tour

Boscoreale: Antiquarium & Villa Regina Private Tour

Activity provider: Le Terre di Federico

From US$ 275.46 per group up to 25

This tour includes the Boscoreale Antiquarium and the Villa Regina and dedicated to those looking for a deeper knowledge of everyday Roman life.

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Duration 1 hour
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English, Italian
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  • Visit one of the most interesting archaeological museums in southern Italy
  • Admire a Pompeian country house entirely preserved
  • Explore villa rustica where wine was produced
Full description

Boscoreale Antiquarium is only 3 kilometers from Pompeii. Opened in 1991, it presents artifacts from the archaeological sites of Pompeii, Herculaneum, Oplontis, Stabiae, Terzigno and Boscoreale.

There are findings of the local flora and fauna, a collection of objects from the ancient agricultural life, food such as the typical carbonized loafs of bread, cosmetics and health remedies.

Tourists and researchers that have the chance to visit this extraordinary site will be able to better understand daily life at the time before the 79 A.D. eruption in the Vesuvian area. ‘Human Beings and the Environment in the Vesuvian Territory’ is the title suggested by the Antiquarium that refers to a didactic exposition showing findings, plaster casts, images and impressive reconstructions of how things were during Roman times made thanks to the support of modern technologies. Next to the Antiquarium, you will find Villa Regina, a typical Roman farming settlement specialized in winemaking with the presence of a number of rooms for pressing the grapes and numerous dolia, large terracotta containers used to ferment and conserve the wine.

  • Certified guide
  • Ticket entry
  • Transportation and pick-up
  • Food and drink

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Meeting point

Viale Villa Regina (Boscoreale) outside ticket office of the Antiquarium Museum Villa Regina.

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  • Entry tickets, food and drinks are not included in the tour

Product ID: 137180