From modern masterpieces to Italian classics, here are the 10 best art museums in Rome.
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A free museum filled with ancient sculptures between Piazza Navona and Campo de’ Fiori.
When I had lunch with Barbara at L’Uliveto, we compared Rome notes. I always like to compare notes because you never know what you are going to learn about this enigma of a city. When we got on the topics of museums, I mentioned that I love Centrale Montemartini. The clash of ancient Roman marble […]
I have been curious about Palazzo Braschi for a very long time because I walk by it constantly. Located on the edge of Piazza Navona, you can pass through the courtyard to get to the square. I always imagined the building was filled with statues. As I walked in for the first time, it did […]
In a city that is usually a mishmash of burnt colors, architectural styles, and varying heights, the Ara Pacis stands out. Pure white and glass. Clean lines. It is a building you remember for its cool simplicity rather than its towering domes. Inside, the museum is small and simple. Because the main attraction is smack-dab […]
“They say that Rome is at the centre of the world,” begins the famous Greek-born Italian painter.
Rome’s weirdest museum is located just off one of the city’s swankiest streets.
An architectural optical illusion in the heart of a Roman palace.