National Museum, Rome, Italy
Via Quattro Fontane, 13, Rome, Italy| Map |
The National Roman Museum (Museo Nazionale Romano) is the world’s largest and greatest collection of Ancient Roman art. The museum is split into five different branches throughout the city, each featuring exquisite pieces of art. The Palazzo Massimo alle Terme is home to ancient sculptures, mosaics and other decorative arts. The beautiful Palazzo Altemps features the Ludovisi and Mattei collections of ancient sculpture and has been called a “crown jewel” of Rome’s Renaissance displays. The Baths of Diocletian (Terme di Diocleziano), the original location of the National Roman Museum features the ancient baths and artifacts of Rome before the rise of the empire. Last but not least is the Aula Ottagana, which contains ancient statues dating back to the second century BC.
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The Palazzo Massimo section of the National Roman Museum has assigned entry times. It is best to book ahead of time to avoid up to several hours of waiting. The cumulative ticket option allows access to all branches of the museum and expires after a week. There are a variety of tours available but keep in mind that each museum requires at least an hour to go through.
Address: Via Quattro Fontane, 13, Rome, Italy| Map
Phone: 06 481 4430
Hours: Tue-Sun 9 am - 7:45 pm More Info
Price: Admission: $14.70 More Info