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All the Museums of Rome: prices and the purchase of tickets, opening hours, the works and paintings of the collections on display, useful information for getting there and for visiting each museum.

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Musei Capitolini a RomaMusei Capitolini - Piazza del Campidoglio, 1 - Rome

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Two buildings house the Capitoline Museums in the wonderful setting of the Campidoglio hill, probably the most ancient sacred area of Rome. It is the most ancient public museum of the world founded at the behest of Pope Sixtus IV (1471). The Scala della Cordonata and the square were designed by Michelangelo and strongly promoted by Pope Paul III in conjunction with the emperor's visit Charles V in Rome in 1536.

Musei Vaticani of RomeMusei Vaticani - Viale Vaticano, 6 - Rome

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The most important museum in the world. visited of the city is located "outside Rome": an unmissable opportunity for those who love art. The Vatican Museums in Rome exhibit one of the most important museum collections in the world. important in Italy and worldwide: Egyptian, Assyrian, Palestinian, Etruscan, Greek, Roman, Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque. Must-have part of the visit are the Vatican Palaces where you can admire frescoes by Raphael and the Sistine Chapel by Michelangelo.

Galleria Borghese of RomeGalleria Borghese - Piazzale Scipione Borghese, 5 - Rome

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The Borghese Gallery Collection are located in the park of the same name and contain important sculptures by Bernini and paintings by Caravaggio.
Today Galleria Borghese preserves a cultural itinerary inside able to reveal to the visitor new interpretations of the post-Renaissance and Mannerist period of the capital.

Galleria Nazionale di Palazzo Barberini a RomaGalleria Nazionale di Palazzo Barberini - Via delle Quattro Fontane, 13 - Rome

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The Barberini National Gallery is one of the most important museums in the world. housed in the palazzo of the same name which belonged to Pope Urban VIII Barberini and designed by Maderno but later built by Bernini and the Borromini. It houses an important collection of paintings dating from XII to XVII century and it is; definitely a milestone for fans of Caravaggio which is here; represented from the splendid canvasJudith and Holofernes. Among the other masterpieces on display are works by Canaletto, Gaspar van Wittel (known better as Vanvitelli) and Bernardo Bellotto, the painting La Fornarina who seems to have portrayed Raphael's lover, some beautiful paintings by Filippo Lippi and some portraits of the great Rosalba Carriera.

Museo Nazionale Romano di Palazzo Massimo in RomeMuseo Nazionale Romano di Palazzo Massimo - Largo di Villa Peretti - Rome

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The National Roman Museum is located a few steps from Termini Station housed in the imposing Palazzo Massimo alle Terme. Inside it preserves one of the major collections of Roman art in the world: exhibited on four different floors in the fashion show a very rich series of works that cover the entire period of time covered by Roman sculpture (II BC - V AD).

Museo dei Fori Imperiali a RomeMuseo dei Fori Imperiali - Mercati Traianei, Via Quattro Novembre, 94 - Rome

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The Museum of the Imperial Forums is an housed within the wonderful setting of the Trajan Markets, the northern offshoot of the Imperial Forums artificially created in the Quirinale hill. The Museum offers the public a path to deepen their knowledge of the architecture of the buildings that made up the Imperial Forums, their administrative function and their original sculptural apparatus.

Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna in RomeGalleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea - Viale delle Belle Arti, 131 - Rome

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The National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art is located in front of the Parco di Villa Borghese and can be reached with a short walk from the Pincio Gardens. It houses a very rich collection of nineteenth and twentieth century works of art mainly by Italian artists: among those present Ippolito Caffi, Giovanni Fattori, the futurists Balla, Boccioni and Severini and the representatives of arte povera; but also foreign artists such as Van Gogh, Cezanne, Kandinsky and Mirò.

Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia a RomaMuseo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia - Piazzale di Villa Giulia, 9 - Rome

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The National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia represents an important step for those who want to understand better the history, the religion and the customs of the charming and still mysterious civilization; Etruscan. The collection of works allows to reveal the Etruscan splendour and the way in which it is derived from contact with civilization; 8th century Greek B.C. finishing then in the cultural background of the Latin culture.

Museo di Palazzo Venezia a RomaMuseo di Palazzo Venezia - Via del Plebiscito, 118 - Rome

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The National Museum of Palazzo Venezia is located in the square of the same name just in front of the Vittoriano. Despite its history and preserved valuable cultural treasure inside Palazzo Venezia is not; highly regarded by the common visitor to Rome who often prefers a climb at the Victorian; However in its rooms you can admire paintings from the Renaissance period, wooden sculptures and some beautiful tapestries from each part of europe.
The palace frequently hosts important art exhibitions.

Museo Barracco in RomeMuseo Barracco - Corso Vittorio Emanuele, 166/A - Rome

The Barracco Museum, located between Piazza Navona and Campo dei Fiori, houses the collection of works of art that Baron Giovanni Barracco don` to the city; in 1904. Pieces of Greek and Hellenistic art and works dating back to various periods of the Ancient Near East are on display.

Centrale Montemartini in RomeCentrale Montemartini - Via Ostiense, 106 - Rome

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The Centrale Montemartini is located outside the historic center but it is within easy reach. certainly worthy of a visit as it is; a brilliant example of industrial archaeology; was converted into a museum in 1997 through the transfer of hundreds of sculptures from the Capitoline Museums in the Campidoglio to Rome due to the reorganization of the exhibition spaces of the Palazzo dei Conservatori Museum, New Museum and New Wing.

Museo di Villa Torlonia in RomeMuseo di Villa Torlonia - Via Nomentana 70 - Rome

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After a restoration work by the Municipality of Rome, Assessorato to Cultural Policies Superintendence of Cultural Heritage finally Villa Torlonia, with its history its thousand corners and a charm undisputed, it is been returned to citizens and tourists, who will be able to so; visit the nineteenth-century Casino Nobile, home to the Museum of Villa and the collection of works of the Roman School, the Casino dei Principi, a very active venue for temporary exhibitions.

Museo dell'Ara Pacis a RomaMuseo dell'Ara Pacis Augustae - Lungotevere in Augusta - Rome

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The Museum of the Ara Pacis Augustae is located on the LungoTevere a few steps from the Mausoleum of Augustus to which, in the original ideological and architectural project, it was included; ideally connected. Housed in a modern museum site, designed by the studio of the American architect Richard Meier, the Ara Pacis is an one of the talking monuments of ancient Rome, ideological manifesto and programme of the Casa Augustea.

Museo di Roma in Trastevere in RomeMuseo di Roma in Trastevere - Piazza Sant'Egidio, 1/b - Rome

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Born in 1977 in the site of the recently restored Carmelite convent of Sant'Egidio with the name of Museum of Folklore and Roman poets, the museum site aims to exhibit the most important materials; related to daily life and Roman traditions inside the Rione Trastevere, certainly the most popular at the time; bound to popular tradition. Nowadays it is; also a very active exhibition venue.

Museo di Roma a RomeMuseo di Roma - Piazza Navona, 2 e da Piazza San Pantaleo, 10 - Rome

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The Museum of Rome is housed in Palazzo Braschi a few steps from Piazza Navona. It houses on two floors, with 12 rooms on each floor, testimonies on the nineteenth-century Rome that went; disappearing under the effect of regulatory plans for Rome Capital and urban transformations from the fascist era.

Museo degli Strumenti Musicali in RomeMuseo degli Strumenti Musicali - Piazza di S. Croce in Gerusalemme, 9/a - Rome

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Not many observant visitors to Rome go as far as Piazza Santa Croce to visit the Basilica of S. Elena, a jewel of art and treasure trove of history of Christianity; Roman, ed even less those who, glancing to his side, see the National Museum of Musical Instruments which preserves the major collection in Europe of its kind: about 3000 pieces (of which eight hundred exhibited) which cover a period of time that goes from the Late Hellenism in the 20th century.

Museo  di Zoologia in RomeMuseo di Zoologia - Via Ulisse Aldrovandi, 18 - Rome

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The Civic Museum of Zoology in Rome conserves, catalogs and exhibits many animal species with the intention of spreading knowledge of the biodiversity present in nature considering it a intellectual heritage common to all men.

Museo Pietro Canonica a RomeMuseo Pietro Canonica - Villa Borghese, Via Pietro Canonica, 2 - Rome

The Pietro Canonica Museum is located inside Villa Borghese and the Fortezzuola that the Municipality of Rome granted as residence to the artist until his death. The collection of works on display includes marbles, models, bronzes, drawings and drafts that the artist created for the first time. along a multi-year career.

Museo delle Mura in RomeMuseo delle Mura - Via di Porta San Sebastiano, 18 - Rome

The Museum of the Walls of Rome is one of the most important museums in Rome. housed in the beautiful Porta San Sebastiano which opens into the Aurelian Walls built between 270 and 273 by the emperor Aurelian to defend Rome from the attacks by the Goths. The Museum offers the possibility of; to walk a few hundred meters in the walkway through a covered gallery of age; late imperial (5th century AD) which has the original slits for positioning the archers towards the outer side of the ancient perimeter of Rome in the 3rd century AD The opposite side it instead grants a remarkable view of the historic center of Rome.

Museo della Civiltà Romana in RomeMuseo della Civiltà Romana - Piazza Giovanni Agnelli, 10 - Rome

The Museum of Civilization; Romana collects the exhibits that were present in the Archaeological Exhibition of 1911, of the Museo of the Roman Empire and the Augustean Exhibition of Romanity. For most are reproductions made with didactic intent: casts of statues, busts, inscriptions, reliefs, parts of life-size buildings as well as models of monuments and architectural complexes of Rome and the rich provinces of the empire Roman.

Macro in RomeMacro - Via Nizza, 138 - Rome

The collection exhibited at MACRO, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome, is not; never the same. A fruitful activity; collaboration with cultural foundations, individuals, institutions and archives allows continuous growth and variation of the exhibition itineraries which are accompanied by the prolific activity of of organization of art exhibitions that follow one another at the MACRO seamless pattern. throughout the year.

Museo Carlo Bilotti in RomeMuseo Carlo Bilotti - Aranciera di Villa Borghese, Viale Fiorello La Guardia, 6 - Rome

Some of the offices are located in the splendid setting of Villa Borghese exhibition more; originals of the capital. The Charles Museum Bilotti housed in the Orangery was definitely one of them and welcomes the legacy desired by the well-known cosmetics entrepreneur Carlo Bilotti who after having frequented the major artists of the second half; of the twentieth century by collecting theirs works has decided to donate them to the city; of Rome.

Museo Napoleonico in  RomeMuseo Napoleonico - Piazza di Ponte Umberto I, 1 - Rome

The collection exhibited in the Napoleonic Museum in Rome derives from donation made in 1927 by Count Giuseppe Primoli (1851-1927), son of Count Pietro Primoli and Princess Carlotta Bonaparte, who possessed works in the halls of his Roman palace d’art, memorabilia, family memories, linked to the epic of the family Bonaparte in Rome.

Villa di Massenzio in RomeVilla di Massenzio - Via Appia Antica, 153 - Rome

An archaeological area as evocative as it is sadly unknown to the major tourist routes of the capital lies within the Park Archaeological Appia Antica, between the II and III mile; it is established from three main archaeological emergencies thought of as a body unique for the celebration of emperor Maxentius, opponent of Constantine and famous defeated in history in Battle of Ponte Milvio from 312 AD: the palace, the circus and the mausoleum dynastic.

Museo Casa Alberto Moravia in RomeMuseo Casa Alberto Moravia - Lungotevere della Vittoria, 1 - Rome

Casa Moravia is the ideal place for a family home. a recent exhibition venue built inside the ex Roman residence occupied by the writer Alberto Moravia (Rome, 1907-1990) for almost twenty years. The Casa Alberto Moravia Museum therefore provides the opportunity to see and stop in the environments, maintained unchanged, in which Moravia studied and wrote the works of his maturity; artistic.

Keats & Shelley Museum in RomeKeats & Shelley Museum - Piazza Navona, 2 e da Piazza San Pantaleo, 10 - Rome

An imaginary journey into the past awaits the visitor who chooses the Keats and Shelley Museums which is located at the foot of the beautiful steps of Trinità dei Monti in Piazza di Spagna a few meters from the fountain called Barcaccia by all the Romans.

Museo Astronomico in RomeMuseo Astronomico e Planetario - Via dello Scalo San Lorenzo, 10 - Rome

The Planetarium of Rome reopened on April 22, 2022, after major redevelopment works. Opened in 1928, it was built in 1928. among the most; ancient planetariums existing in the world.

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