Museums

The incredible number of museums ensures that you can discover something new every time you visit Rome. From Egyptian and antique collections, to contemporary art of the 21st century, everything is represented, which not only invites you to linger in museums on rainy days.

The Borghese Gallery
GALLERIA BORGHESE

Art collection of Cardinal Scipione Borghese from the 17th century, collecting ancient and more recent paintings and sculptures. Works by Raphael, Titian, Caravaggio, Bernini Antonio Canova and many more are on exhibition. In 1902 the Italian State acquired the Villa Borghese,including the palace with its collections. Today it is a museum, which is been called “the queen of private collections all over the world”, because of its gallery on the first floor.

Capitoline Museums
GALLERIA BORGHESE

The two museum buildings on the square realized by Michelangelo, are open again after long restoration works. In an extraordinary tour you see the Palace dei Conservatori, the Esedra of Marcus Aurelius, the Pinakothek, the Tabularium with the gallery of the inscriptions and the so-called Palazzo Nuovo.
The Capitoline collection was established in 1471 by Pope Sixtus IV. with the donation of some bronze statues to the Roman people. Therefore it´s considered as the oldest museum in the world. It contains the oldest collection of classical sculptures, including the wolf with the twins Romulus and Remus, the Capitoline Venus and the Dying Gaul.
2005 the Esedra of Marcus Aurelius- the ancient equestrian statue, whose copy now stands in the center of Capitoline square- received after nine years of restoration their new place- a 1000 square meters hall with a glass roof.

Capitoline Museums
GALLERIA BORGHESE

The two museum buildings on the square realized by Michelangelo, are open again after long restoration works. In an extraordinary tour you see the Palace dei Conservatori, the Esedra of Marcus Aurelius, the Pinakothek, the Tabularium with the gallery of the inscriptions and the so-called Palazzo Nuovo.
The Capitoline collection was established in 1471 by Pope Sixtus IV. with the donation of some bronze statues to the Roman people. Therefore it´s considered as the oldest museum in the world. It contains the oldest collection of classical sculptures, including the wolf with the twins Romulus and Remus, the Capitoline Venus and the Dying Gaul.
2005 the Esedra of Marcus Aurelius- the ancient equestrian statue, whose copy now stands in the center of Capitoline square- received after nine years of restoration their new place- a 1000 square meters hall with a glass roof.

The Borghese Gallery
GALLERIA BORGHESE

Art collection of Cardinal Scipione Borghese from the 17th century, collecting ancient and more recent paintings and sculptures. Works by Raphael, Titian, Caravaggio, Bernini Antonio Canova and many more are on exhibition. In 1902 the Italian State acquired the Villa Borghese,including the palace with its collections. Today it is a museum, which is been called “the queen of private collections all over the world”, because of its gallery on the first floor.

Capitoline Museums
GALLERIA BORGHESE

The two museum buildings on the square realized by Michelangelo, are open again after long restoration works. In an extraordinary tour you see the Palace dei Conservatori, the Esedra of Marcus Aurelius, the Pinakothek, the Tabularium with the gallery of the inscriptions and the so-called Palazzo Nuovo.
The Capitoline collection was established in 1471 by Pope Sixtus IV. with the donation of some bronze statues to the Roman people. Therefore it´s considered as the oldest museum in the world. It contains the oldest collection of classical sculptures, including the wolf with the twins Romulus and Remus, the Capitoline Venus and the Dying Gaul.
2005 the Esedra of Marcus Aurelius- the ancient equestrian statue, whose copy now stands in the center of Capitoline square- received after nine years of restoration their new place- a 1000 square meters hall with a glass roof.

Capitoline Museums
GALLERIA BORGHESE

The two museum buildings on the square realized by Michelangelo, are open again after long restoration works. In an extraordinary tour you see the Palace dei Conservatori, the Esedra of Marcus Aurelius, the Pinakothek, the Tabularium with the gallery of the inscriptions and the so-called Palazzo Nuovo.
The Capitoline collection was established in 1471 by Pope Sixtus IV. with the donation of some bronze statues to the Roman people. Therefore it´s considered as the oldest museum in the world. It contains the oldest collection of classical sculptures, including the wolf with the twins Romulus and Remus, the Capitoline Venus and the Dying Gaul.
2005 the Esedra of Marcus Aurelius- the ancient equestrian statue, whose copy now stands in the center of Capitoline square- received after nine years of restoration their new place- a 1000 square meters hall with a glass roof.

The Borghese Gallery
GALLERIA BORGHESE

Art collection of Cardinal Scipione Borghese from the 17th century, collecting ancient and more recent paintings and sculptures. Works by Raphael, Titian, Caravaggio, Bernini Antonio Canova and many more are on exhibition. In 1902 the Italian State acquired the Villa Borghese,including the palace with its collections. Today it is a museum, which is been called “the queen of private collections all over the world”, because of its gallery on the first floor.

Capitoline Museums
GALLERIA BORGHESE

The two museum buildings on the square realized by Michelangelo, are open again after long restoration works. In an extraordinary tour you see the Palace dei Conservatori, the Esedra of Marcus Aurelius, the Pinakothek, the Tabularium with the gallery of the inscriptions and the so-called Palazzo Nuovo.
The Capitoline collection was established in 1471 by Pope Sixtus IV. with the donation of some bronze statues to the Roman people. Therefore it´s considered as the oldest museum in the world. It contains the oldest collection of classical sculptures, including the wolf with the twins Romulus and Remus, the Capitoline Venus and the Dying Gaul.
2005 the Esedra of Marcus Aurelius- the ancient equestrian statue, whose copy now stands in the center of Capitoline square- received after nine years of restoration their new place- a 1000 square meters hall with a glass roof.

Capitoline Museums
GALLERIA BORGHESE

The two museum buildings on the square realized by Michelangelo, are open again after long restoration works. In an extraordinary tour you see the Palace dei Conservatori, the Esedra of Marcus Aurelius, the Pinakothek, the Tabularium with the gallery of the inscriptions and the so-called Palazzo Nuovo.
The Capitoline collection was established in 1471 by Pope Sixtus IV. with the donation of some bronze statues to the Roman people. Therefore it´s considered as the oldest museum in the world. It contains the oldest collection of classical sculptures, including the wolf with the twins Romulus and Remus, the Capitoline Venus and the Dying Gaul.
2005 the Esedra of Marcus Aurelius- the ancient equestrian statue, whose copy now stands in the center of Capitoline square- received after nine years of restoration their new place- a 1000 square meters hall with a glass roof.

The Borghese Gallery
GALLERIA BORGHESE

Art collection of Cardinal Scipione Borghese from the 17th century, collecting ancient and more recent paintings and sculptures. Works by Raphael, Titian, Caravaggio, Bernini Antonio Canova and many more are on exhibition. In 1902 the Italian State acquired the Villa Borghese,including the palace with its collections. Today it is a museum, which is been called “the queen of private collections all over the world”, because of its gallery on the first floor.

Capitoline Museums
GALLERIA BORGHESE

The two museum buildings on the square realized by Michelangelo, are open again after long restoration works. In an extraordinary tour you see the Palace dei Conservatori, the Esedra of Marcus Aurelius, the Pinakothek, the Tabularium with the gallery of the inscriptions and the so-called Palazzo Nuovo.
The Capitoline collection was established in 1471 by Pope Sixtus IV. with the donation of some bronze statues to the Roman people. Therefore it´s considered as the oldest museum in the world. It contains the oldest collection of classical sculptures, including the wolf with the twins Romulus and Remus, the Capitoline Venus and the Dying Gaul.
2005 the Esedra of Marcus Aurelius- the ancient equestrian statue, whose copy now stands in the center of Capitoline square- received after nine years of restoration their new place- a 1000 square meters hall with a glass roof.

Capitoline Museums
GALLERIA BORGHESE

The two museum buildings on the square realized by Michelangelo, are open again after long restoration works. In an extraordinary tour you see the Palace dei Conservatori, the Esedra of Marcus Aurelius, the Pinakothek, the Tabularium with the gallery of the inscriptions and the so-called Palazzo Nuovo.
The Capitoline collection was established in 1471 by Pope Sixtus IV. with the donation of some bronze statues to the Roman people. Therefore it´s considered as the oldest museum in the world. It contains the oldest collection of classical sculptures, including the wolf with the twins Romulus and Remus, the Capitoline Venus and the Dying Gaul.
2005 the Esedra of Marcus Aurelius- the ancient equestrian statue, whose copy now stands in the center of Capitoline square- received after nine years of restoration their new place- a 1000 square meters hall with a glass roof.

The Borghese Gallery
GALLERIA BORGHESE

Art collection of Cardinal Scipione Borghese from the 17th century, collecting ancient and more recent paintings and sculptures. Works by Raphael, Titian, Caravaggio, Bernini Antonio Canova and many more are on exhibition. In 1902 the Italian State acquired the Villa Borghese,including the palace with its collections. Today it is a museum, which is been called “the queen of private collections all over the world”, because of its gallery on the first floor.

Capitoline Museums
GALLERIA BORGHESE

The two museum buildings on the square realized by Michelangelo, are open again after long restoration works. In an extraordinary tour you see the Palace dei Conservatori, the Esedra of Marcus Aurelius, the Pinakothek, the Tabularium with the gallery of the inscriptions and the so-called Palazzo Nuovo.
The Capitoline collection was established in 1471 by Pope Sixtus IV. with the donation of some bronze statues to the Roman people. Therefore it´s considered as the oldest museum in the world. It contains the oldest collection of classical sculptures, including the wolf with the twins Romulus and Remus, the Capitoline Venus and the Dying Gaul.
2005 the Esedra of Marcus Aurelius- the ancient equestrian statue, whose copy now stands in the center of Capitoline square- received after nine years of restoration their new place- a 1000 square meters hall with a glass roof.

Capitoline Museums
GALLERIA BORGHESE

The two museum buildings on the square realized by Michelangelo, are open again after long restoration works. In an extraordinary tour you see the Palace dei Conservatori, the Esedra of Marcus Aurelius, the Pinakothek, the Tabularium with the gallery of the inscriptions and the so-called Palazzo Nuovo.
The Capitoline collection was established in 1471 by Pope Sixtus IV. with the donation of some bronze statues to the Roman people. Therefore it´s considered as the oldest museum in the world. It contains the oldest collection of classical sculptures, including the wolf with the twins Romulus and Remus, the Capitoline Venus and the Dying Gaul.
2005 the Esedra of Marcus Aurelius- the ancient equestrian statue, whose copy now stands in the center of Capitoline square- received after nine years of restoration their new place- a 1000 square meters hall with a glass roof.

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