My cousin who lives in Rome took me to this museum. I was really taken aback by the beautiful statues and paintings that are displayed in this museum. It was simply stunning.
This museum has many, many things to see in it and you can easily spend 4 hours here. Not all exhibits are of good appearance but the assemblage of historical busts is amazing in its breadth even if quite a few are damaged. It is most focused on aspects of history rather than art, but there is still some fine... More
with a few hours to spare before leaving Rome we put our cases in left luggage and went for a mooch around the terminal neighbourhood - and found this beautiful Palazzo on the corner, with a really spectacular collection of statuary, portraits, frescoes and mosaics from ancient rome. Of course, if we'd done our homework better we'd have known it... More
Large palace, many, many things to see – but don't miss (use the elevator!) the frescoes from Livia's garden on the top floor. Suddenly you are surrounded by birds and flowers from the first century and you just sit there enchanted for a long time.
It's right by the Termini station for easy access and not crowded at all. In addition to excellent sculptures and the best mosaics we've seen, my husband and I really enjoyed seeing their naval ship section - something we've never seen at any other gallery. In addition to pieces of ships, they also provided interesting videos to learn more. And... More
No crowds and fascinating exhibits, especially the rooms found during excavating for the train station. Download museum app before going then scan the codes to learn about what you are seeing.
We only had two hours to spent because we had a plane to catch but we would have loved to stay longer. This museum has great collections presented over 4 floors. We loved the Roman coins, the sculptures and the rooms of the Villa. The information is well presented and the lightning is very pleasant. And the best thing was... More
When you buy your ticket, just now, it includes admission to many places. The courtyard of the former who ever they were monastics is behind the church of Santa Maria della Angeli. It is supposedly designed by Michangelo. And it is one of my favorite places in Rome. The Massimo on the other side of the street has the reassembled... More
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