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Palazzo Colonna - Galleria Colonna

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Right in the center of Rome, close to Piazza Venezia, Palazzo Colonna is one of the greatest Barocco Palaces of the eternal city. The impressive Colonna's Collections of paintings, sculptures and furniture from the 14th to the 18th century are...more
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Via della Pilotta 17, 00187 Rome, Italy
+39 06 678 4350
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The most impressive private gallery in Rome. Visits only Saturday. Make sure it's on your tourist agenda.

Thank Roxxanne-00
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

So many amazing paintings to see mind blowing A sight and tour not to be missed So shocking to see some many famous artists work in one place

Thank Carrieanna E
Reviewed 6 days ago

Visited Rome last week end for a long weekend and after a tip off from a friend spent Saturday exploring the Capitol area of the City calling in at the Palazzo Colonna for a guided tour before lunch. What a find! A pure treasure trove...More

Thank Tim B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The palace falls under the radar possibly because it open only on Saturday from nine to about one o’clock. It is stupendous. The is art work exceptional and the building gorgeous. You may not see it on your first trip but do not wait until...More

Thank GlennAndrewToronto
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Open to visitors 9:00 am to 2:00 pm Saturdays only - do not miss it! We arrived at 12:00 noon for the guided tours in English to the Galleries, which took until 1:20 pm, and then to the Gardens, from 1:30 pm to 2:00 pm,...More

5  Thank AnthonyCordato
Reviewed October 2, 2018

Enjoyed a private party at this beautiful palazzo and if you can get into the courtyard, magical. Inside was where they filmed a scene for Roman Holiday, and look for the cannonball mark from the wars. A gem of Rome off the beaten path and...More

Thank ChipNVA
Reviewed September 30, 2018

I walked in and it took my breath away! The art and sculpture is truly surreal. Make sure you listen to the descriptions through the mobile they give you. It brings the place to life and is narrated by a man with first hand knowledge...More

Thank laura p
Reviewed September 24, 2018

Palazzo Colonna is a bit off the beaten track, plus it is only open on Saturdays. Check the times and if you are free go for a complete tour with English speaking Guide. If you go make sure you go to Palazzo Colonna and not...More

Thank dwt2000
Reviewed September 22, 2018 via mobile

This is a great example on how things can work also in Rome. The guided tour starts on the clock! You’re informed about the different visit options already when waiting for the ticket. Staff is multilingual and they seem to genuinely share an attention and...More

1  Thank MauroG98
Reviewed September 22, 2018

Palazzo colonna includes three areas to visit, the gallery Colonna, the Princess Isabella's apartment and finally the garden. The gallery is impressive, on a step there is still a canon ball shot from the Janiculum by the French army, who came to Rome to save...More

1  Thank Francesco F
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May 20, 2018|
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Response from GalleriaColonna | Property representative |
Ticket € 12,00 per person (€ 10,00 reduced price). At 10,00, 11,00 a.m. and 12,30 p.m. we offer a free guided tour in Italian, at 10,30 in French and at 12,00 a.m. in English. If you are interested you can ask to our staff... More
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November 27, 2015|
Response from luce_del_nilo | Reviewed this property |
I have not visited the apartment, but I can answer the first part of your question. It is perfectly okay to arrive 10 minutes prior to the tour scheduled time. From my experience I can tell you that those interested in the... More
Jeanne C
November 23, 2015|
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Response from marilynpearl | Reviewed this property |
My friend and I were very happy with our experience at this place without a guide. We didn't particularly want to see where the family actually lived, and we're not fond of standing in one place listening to someone tell us... More