The PAN | Palazzo delle Arti Napoli opened in March 2005, under the authority of the Municipality of Naples' IX Central Authority for Cultural, Sports and Leisure. Since then, the PAN | Palazzo delle Arti Napoli museum's six thousand square metre site at the eighteenth-century Palazzo Roccella (Via dei Mille 60) has hosted exhibitions and offered research opportunities, services and tools for learning about the artworks and leading figures of contemporary art ranging from painting to sculpture, architecture, photography, design, cinema, video art and cartoons.
The museum's programme is characterized by a multitude of initiatives and a diverse range of opportunities to access art - through retrospectives, exhibitions, and cultural entertainment - including book presentations and conferences on topics of contemporary socio-cultural interest, backed up by a variety of activities and offerings.
The museum has recently enhanced its programming by adding seasons of films, workshops and creative events, as well as a new unit dedicated to younger visitors which runs a series of "Pan Kids" activities.
PAN continues to confirm and enhance its mission to provide the city of Naples with a broad range of offerings, all the while expressing an international vocation.
Situated at the entrance to PAN, this desk offers information material (brochures, flyers, publications and magazines) about events hosted at PAN and other events promoted by the Municipality of Naples. It also provides tourists with information on what's happening around town.
PAN is open from 9:30 AM to 7:30 PM every day except Tuesdays
Sunday: 9:30 AM to 2:30 PM, free of charge.