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Museo dello Sbarco e Salerno Capitale

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Address: Via Generale Clark 5, 84100 Salerno, Italy
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+39 347 641 2564
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10:00 - 13:00
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Tue - Sun 10:00 - 13:00
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The Museum of Landing and Salerno Capital is the first big museum in...

The Museum of Landing and Salerno Capital is the first big museum in Salerno, that remembers the Allied Landing on Salerno's coasts in 1943, and the following period of Salerno Capital, and the government of national unity.Visitors can see a large collection of original relics, during a route in the memory of the most dramatic event in our territory.

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Good small museum on Salerno landings

Visited the museum today and was shown around by on the English speaking staff (can't remember his name) Thankyou is was greatly appreciated. They have many copies of original B&W... read more

Reviewed 15 September 2016
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Long Island, NY
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Reviewed 12 October 2016

My father was involved in the landings at Salerno.I was anxious to visit this museum and see what my father never talked about. After an hour or so of walking around Salerno to find the tourist info center, I was told to take the train to Arecci. Now to try and find this museum, that the locals never heard about.... More 

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Umina Beach, Australia
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Reviewed 15 September 2016

Visited the museum today and was shown around by on the English speaking staff (can't remember his name) Thankyou is was greatly appreciated. They have many copies of original B&W photos including some colour, as well as some interesting uniforms and equipment used by both sides, most displays are in Italian but they do give you an English guide on... More 

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Reviewed 25 April 2016 via mobile

Not sure how bad people's sense of direction or detective skills are, but this museum was very easy to find! Myself and my fiancé were on a 5 day trip to Naples, and after a little Internet research, decided a day trip to Salerno was not to be missed. My grandfather fought at Salerno, as he served in The Royal... More 

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Dallas, Texas
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Reviewed 17 January 2016

My grandfather was a part of this invasion. The hospitality is was fantastic. Apart from the video, almost everything is in Italian. I am glad I went.

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Reviewed 28 August 2015 via mobile

Sadly closed for the week but judging the outside exhibits it looks worth a visit. I thought I'd clear up its location. Travelling by car south along via Mark Wayne Clark the Novotel is on your left on the roundabout. Go straight ahead with hotel on your left and the next building on your left 100m and yellow is a... More 

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Reviewed 28 July 2015

As I have a keen interest in military history and was in Naples I thought I would go to the museum given Salerno's importance in the Allied invasion of mainland Italy in WW2. It wasn't open at the advertised time and I was told to come back at 6pm which I did (after having the hotel reception phone to confirm... More 

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Reviewed 20 October 2014

Travelled from England to Sorrento and then from Sorrento to Salerno just to find the museum closed due to a local Derby football match- not sure why the museum had to close because of this. I was really looking forward to visiting as my Dad took part in the landings. When I commented on the Facebook page to say it... More 

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4 Thank lady34
Brooklyn, New York
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 14 helpful votes
Reviewed 10 August 2014

Salerno and the Amalfi Coast offer some of the most incredible scenery on the planet, but if you're interested in the region's history, this relatively new museum offers a great opportunity to learn about one of the lesser-known, yet vitally important operations of World War II. At the time, Operation Avalanche was the largest amphibious invasion in history (later overtaken... More 

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Reviewed 9 September 2013

Tried unsuccessfully to find this place today,asked two groups of locals and no one had heard of it. You need some signs and publicity if you want people to visit you.

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4 Thank Debra B
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Reviewed 26 May 2013

The museum itself is fantastic. Will take you( if an avid buff like me) about two hours, maybe a little less. TOUGH to get to. From downtown, we took a cab. It took awhile for someone at the cab stand at the train station to figure out where it was. Was about 15 euro to get there and I had... More 

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