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Museo Centrale del Risorgimento

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Lots of history to digest inside the Il Vittoriano

Small museum full of historical memorabilia all pertaining to the revival of the Italian nation... read more

Reviewed April 25, 2018
London, United Kingdom
Worth as visit

When we were going to Rome we looked for museums where we could learn about the modern history of... read more

Reviewed March 6, 2018
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Via di San Pietro in Carcere 1 | Complesso del Vittoriano, 00186 Rome, Italy
Piazza Venezia / Ancient City
+39 06 679 3526
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Reviewed April 25, 2018

Small museum full of historical memorabilia all pertaining to the revival of the Italian nation state from the 19th century. I enjoyed the big picture overview as well as the bio on some Italian heroes like di Cavour & Garibaldi. A worthwhile visit in the...More

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Reviewed April 24, 2018

We saw a small banner on the outside of the Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II, advertising a Monet exhibit. It was not just any Monet exhibit, it was THE Monet exhibit. It would have been so easy to miss, but we found it by chance....More

Thank WanderingOso
Reviewed March 6, 2018

When we were going to Rome we looked for museums where we could learn about the modern history of the country. We did not find any before we left, but soon after arrival we saw this one. The entrance is a part of the monument...More

Thank mailenefh
Reviewed January 31, 2018

Another museum and free entry, but not as big as some. Not hard to find because it's in a big building. As you enter on the right is a statue of four horses pulling a chariot with what looks like an angel or at least...More

Thank Mario D
Reviewed October 23, 2017

Museo Centrale del Risorgimento is a small museum, within a huge building. The building is better known as the Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II, first king of a united Italian state, plus a few other names. The museum itself is free and provides information on...More

Thank Dimitris L
Reviewed October 18, 2017 via mobile

The place is super interesting if you are into museums with a lot to read and learn. Took us 45 or so to complete.

Thank Hamotal V
Reviewed September 6, 2017 via mobile

This could not be a better place for this museum The building is grand and everyone knows where it is

Thank wasntme58
Reviewed May 31, 2017

Part of the museum is free and was worth a look but the main attraction here is the building itself. Not that well signposted to find the access to the roof. First climb all the stairs to the front of the building then find a...More

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Reviewed May 16, 2017 via mobile

Did not really get to see the museum. Visited primarily for the rooftop view. That was amazing amd worth the 7€ per person. Not a must do for first timers to Rome, but definitely visit if you have time or are looki g for something...More

Thank Talyvser
Reviewed April 14, 2017

This museum is situated within the Vittorio Emanuele. There is a small entry fee of 5 euros in addition to the fee to enter the Vittorio. The museum provides a history of the formation of the Italian state from the 17th century to end of...More

Thank Chris F
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Piazza Venezia / Ancient City
If all roads lead to Rome, then they all end here.
Piazza Venezia and the Ancient City are the very
epicenter of the Eternal City. Within a 360-degree
turn, Roman history unrolls in front of you, from its
ancient beginnings to its 21st century
transformations. Whether it’s those historical
playgrounds known as the Roman and Imperial Forums, or
the side-street shops, trattorie, and churches, this
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