The Roman Bridge and Towers of Federico II—the remains of the bridge of the Via Appia on the Volturno—represent the main Roman heritage of Capua still standing.
Much of Capua's rich and complex history is represented in the Campanus Museum, with its rich heritage of religious and profane works of art, libraries, sculptures, and architectural works. The museum features important collections of Mater Matutae statues, Mommsen lapidary, Norman-Swabian parchments, and other significant sculptures. The Treasury of the Cathedral holds other treasures, including the Evangelary of Alfano, a 12th-century Palermo goldsmith shop, and the reliquaries of the St. Prisco and Stefano of the thirteenth century.
Campanus Museum of Capua:
Entry time: 09:00 – 12:30; 15:00 – 17:00. Closed on Mondays
Capua Cathedral and Diocesan museum:
Entry time: Every day 09:00 – 12:30; 14:00 – 18:00
Campanus Museum of Capua: 6€
Capua Cathedral and Diocesan museum: Free entry