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Palazzo Colonna - Galleria Colonna
#4 of 230 Museums in Rome
I highly recommend the guided tour which is included in the ticket price.Me and my wife have enjoyed listening to an expert tour guide, Massimo, he showed us the beauties and the masterpieces of the palazzo with g...
Marble and precious stone, frescoes throughout, inset classical fragments and spolia, furniture, mirrors, antiquities, embroideries, paintings, chandeliers, tapestries and sculptures everywhere; more is more!
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Museo Leonardo Da Vinci Experience
#11 of 230 Museums in Rome
In the heart of the eternal city, just a few metres from St Peter's Square you will find this gem of a museum which exhibits the genius of Leonardo Da Vinci - the science and the arts.
Everyone knows that Leonardo was a genius, but this exhibition gives a insight into what an absolutely amazing intellect he had and what an astounding variety of inventions he devised.
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Stanze di Raffaello Vatican City 2.1 mi away
#3 of 9 Museums in Vatican City
The paintings by Raphael in the Vatican Museum anterooms are one of the art world's wonders, particularly his "School of Athens" which portrays his contemporaries like Michelangelo as Greek philosophers and includ...
If You were holding some philosophy book, You will have seen snippets of the most famous fresco "The school of Athens," which, besides being a masterpiece of painting, and even a collection of various portraits of...
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Museo Ebraico di Roma
#17 of 230 Museums in Rome
The synagogue is a beautiful building, and the museum is interesting as well - it has both a history of Roman Jews as well as various ancillary Jewish historical events.
Featuring well displayed interactive exhibits, it reveals a close-up view of religious holidays and celebrations which are brought to life thanks to a magnificent collection of silver religious artifacts, illumina...
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Complesso del Vittoriano
#20 of 230 Museums in Rome
The fountains and statues are beautiful and it wasn’t too busy at night, we also went the following day to see it in more detail and again it was incredible, much busier though but worth it at both times of day.
Having visited the excellent Hopper exhibition last year at the same venue we were delighted when we learned that the gallery was hosting a Claude Monet exhibition during our trip this year.
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VIGAMUS - The Video Game Museum of Rome
#22 of 230 Museums in Rome
It has tons of gaming memorabilia and it goes through the history and the development of the video gaming industry.
My husband also enjoyed it....to be honest I was happy playing pacman and space invaders.
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Museo Napoleonico
#26 of 230 Museums in Rome
The rooms that house the collection are exceptionally stunning, as well as the wide array of objects that the museum contains, everything from grand paintings to utilitarian objects of daily life.
This is a free museum located near the Tiber River, kind of halfway between the Pantheon and Castel Sant'Angelo.
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Tesoro di San Pietro Vatican City 2.4 mi away
#4 of 9 Museums in Vatican City
As you wind your way through the galleries in the Vatican you will come across a lot of sculptures, but this one has to be one of the most magnificent will all of the intricate definition of the bodies.
This again is part of your tour of the Vatican City the statues, made out of mostly beautiful Marble all hand carved are a wonder and delight to see.
Casina delle Civette
#28 of 230 Museums in Rome
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Museo dell'Ara Pacis
#29 of 230 Museums in Rome
The video history was a great into and the Ara Pacis is a must see - incredible how this has been reconstructed and is a breathtaking piece of marble which was built 2,000 years ago by arguably the most powerful m...
It helped that I have some knowledge of the history surrounding this magnificent monument but there is plenty of scope to get a feel for the significance by using the materials available at the museum.
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Vatican Grottoes Vatican City 2.2 mi away
#6 of 9 Museums in Vatican City
The place is full of fascinating tombs and sarcophagus, tunnels, chambers and Italian art.
Each tomb has sufficient signage unless you want to go deeper into the life of the popes and saints.
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Museo del Tesoro della Basilica di San Pietro Vatican City 2.3 mi away
#5 of 9 Museums in Vatican City
Displaying treasures of the church this is a fabulous experience to visit from the Spiral Stairway down to the entrance to the magnificent treasure on display.
Amazing construction, fascinated by the spiraling steps, a great end to the visit to the vatican museum
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Museo delle Mura
#34 of 230 Museums in Rome
Great for fortification enthusiasts
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MAXXI - Museo Nazionale delle Arti del XXI Secolo
#35 of 230 Museums in Rome
After taking in a lot of Ancient Roman and Italian Renaissance art and architecture on your trip, take a tram out to Flaminio district outside the city center to check out some edgy contemporary art.
It has a great selection of architecture and art on display, and even had an interactive section which was amazing!
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Museo Storico dell'Arma dei Carabinieri
#37 of 230 Museums in Rome
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Museos Vaticanos
#38 of 230 Museums in Rome
Although it was the last Sunday of the month (when the entrance is free) me and my friends opted for the guided tour which helped us skipping the never-ending queue and really enjoy the visit.
Walks of Italy: Vatican Museum, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's Basilica - without standing in line & with a great guide
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Museo di Roma
#40 of 230 Museums in Rome
Beautiful small museum with lovely views over Piazza Novano.
Don’t Miss The Canaletto Exhibition
Museum and Crypt of the Capuchin Friars
#43 of 230 Museums in Rome
There is a museum featuring items such as old manuscripts, paintings and books written by the monks, but the main draw is the several small rooms featuring varying displays of bones arranged in beautiful designs.
This is a fascinating museum about the Capuchin monks and an ossuary that is a work of art and an act of extraordinary devotion.
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Musei di Villa Torlonia
#44 of 230 Museums in Rome
Museo Condominiale di Tor Marancia
#45 of 230 Museums in Rome
Museo Nazionale dell'Alto Medioevo
#46 of 230 Museums in Rome
The artifacts from Lombard tombs were exquisite, and the carvings from ruined churches around Rome and Lazio were as well.
Museo Leonardo da Vinci - Piazza del Popolo
#52 of 230 Museums in Rome
... is a small museum located in the piazza del Popolo, next to the Chiesa Santa Maria del Popolo, it houses replicas of models created by Leonardo Da Vinci, along with copies of some of his most famous works of art.
aircraft, helicopters, industrial machines, optical instruments, weapons of war, underwater breathing equipment, astronomical instruments, etc.
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Casa museo Mario Praz
#54 of 230 Museums in Rome
Villa di Massenzio
#55 of 230 Museums in Rome
A large circus / stadium well conserved, 250 m long and 92 m large.
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Museo Criminologico
#56 of 230 Museums in Rome
Museo Hendrik Christian Andersen
#60 of 230 Museums in Rome
Teatro Reale di Alessandro Rubinetti
#64 of 230 Museums in Rome
Museo delle Auto della Polizia di Stato
#67 of 230 Museums in Rome
We walked over to this museum that took us through a real Rome neighbourhood and were really glad we did.
Side note; there is little to no English info in the museum and the staff doesn't really speak it either, but don't be dissuaded.
Porta San Paolo e Museo della Via Ostiense
#69 of 230 Museums in Rome
Fondazione Giorgio e Isa de Chirico
#71 of 230 Museums in Rome
His living areas and his studio are part of the tour and there are plenty of his works to see too.The house is only open by appointment and the tours are conducted by guides who know their subject very well and ca...
A house museum (partly) in the 16th century Palazzetto del Borgognoni at Piazza di Spagna, acquired by the great painter Giorgio de Chirico in 1948.