The museum is right in the centre of Rome but seems to be ignored by tour groups, so it's a nice peaceful way to see an interesting collection of Roman sculpture.
The exhibits are well presented, usually one or two sculptures per room. There is a lot of information (including in English) on the walls, so don't feel obliged to get an audioguide. I didn't think there were any knock-out/stunning pieces, but the cumulative effect is the important thing and you come out feeling you know a bit more about Roman art.
Don't throw your ticket away afterwards - it can be used in three other museums including the Museo Nazionale Romano near Termini station.
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