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This large museum has many rooms and exhibits. The information and exhibits are remarkable. A 2 hour visit is too short with so much to see. The museum entrance is just 150m north of the Termini station so very easy to find and visit. .
Wasn't expecting much when we went in but wow! 3 floors of exhibits, Roman swimming pools and lots more besides! Animal sculptors in the large garden very nice! Only cost 10 euros and probably the best museum we went to in Rome! Definitely worth a...More
Another one of the four National Roman Museums. Lots to see - archaeology, gardens, sculptures, etc. The baths themselves are very impressive and are huge in size and for me was the big draw at this museum. There's so much to see you could easily...More
Terme, is the best part, even today, there is no glory to be seen, however, from a non-professional’s eyes, a Terme very much near to our current life, it’s easier for us to picture what a shower style it was!
Terme part with the huge...More
If you are here for just a few hours, be picky about what you go see. Choose from walking through the baths themselves, wandering the outdoor collections, or heading to some of the indoor museum artifact collections. There are also some historical recreations of the...More
This is worth a visit but only if you can stomach unbelievably rude ticket staff. It was like you’d asked her to run a marathon rather than do her actual job. After politely asking to buy tickets, I got the whole rolled eyes, hand to...More
The size of the baths is amazing. The thought that 3000 people could be accommodated is truly impressive - and therefore this site is worth a visit.
The museum itself is perhaps slightly less impressive as it’s poorly labelled. This being said, the written messages...More
This is worth taking time for. There are some remarkably intact remains of the baths but the museum is the thing to see. There are so many artefacts that you can only really take in a small proportion. Also, it was delightfully quiet.
We went here after it started pouring rain while we were out and about in Rome and it ended up being a very nice surprise. The galleries are wonderful and informative and the gardens had fun surprises with all the statues.
Old school vibe from the very beginning is the only way to describe the Esquilino neighborhood. The Esquilino takes pride in being one of the oldest areas in Rome for its key location on one of the city’s famous seven hills. From an ancient neighborhood to its modern incarnation as a multicultural hub, Esquilino always has something going on—polyglot vendors debate street artists while kids play pick-up
basketball games. Look around you: this area isn’t like the historic center. Liberty architecture, large piazzas, and long boulevards mix with archaic arches, secret side alleys, and beautiful churches like Santa Maria Maggiore.
Hallo! The admission ticket for Museo Nazionale Romano, valid for three days and at a cost of €7.00 (March of 2017), includes admission not only for Terme di Diocleziano but also for Palazzo Altemps, Crypta Balbi, and... More
Hallo! The admission ticket for Museo Nazionale Romano, valid for three days and at a cost of €7.00 (March of 2017), includes admission not only for Terme di Diocleziano but also for Palazzo Altemps, Crypta Balbi, and Palazzo Massimo alle Terme. It is totally worth it. Actually, it is a steal. The museums are not at the same site, although Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, across the street from the piazza in front of Roma Termini, Rome's main train station, is very close to Terme di Diocleziano, practically also across the street from the same piazza. Palazzo Altemps is a ways away, walking distance from Piazza Navona, to the north of it; Crypta Balbi is on Via delle Botteghe Oscure, between Largo di Torre Argentina and Piazza Venezia and Piazza d'Aracoeli, which are in front and to the side of the Altare della Patria and Capitoline Museums. Crypta Balbi can be visited in about one hour or a little more. For the other museums, though, plan on at least 2 to 4 hours at each one, and definitely not on the same day. Have a great time in Rome!