Great Museum, with an excelent collection of roman and greek sculptures and mosaics! The ticket is valid for three day and includes other sites nearby.
About Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Massimo alle Terme
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Museum was a few minutes walk from the Termini station. Hoping to see some historical Roman pieces. Museum was a tremendous building and courtyard, loaded with archaeological finds. Items were from various places in the Roman empire. The large courtyard, designed by MichaelAngelo, held larger...More
My favorite part of this museum were the mosaics. They exceeded others I've seen in world class museums. This museum also had sculptures, outstanding frescoes a Roman calendar, and ship artifacts that I found interesting.
This was the highlight of our trip to Rome. We used our Roma Pass for reduced entry and as we were short on time went straight to the second floor where entire rooms of wall paintings have been brought from various villas excavated in and...More
The ancient murals and mosaics are the true stars here. Head upstairs to immerse yourself in Livia's Garden, an entire room that's lined with enchanting murals that once graced the dining room in her villa. Imagine being surrounded by the same beautiful images enjoyed by...More
it was very busy when I went but I didn't see a any security anywhere. Loads of tourists were touching the artifacts there without anyone saying anything. It was a interesting tour of the museum and the people in the cloakroom were so funny!
This is, along with the Capitoline Museum, one of my most favorite places in Rome . It is different than the Borghese and should not be compared to it, both are number ones on different lists I keep. In addition to a stunning collection, the...More
This was a fantastic experience right across from the Termini. The mosaics that are in this museum are unreal in detail. I would say that at most this is a two hour visit and is most enjoyable.
I absolutely LOVE this place. This feels much more personal and intimate than the vatican and gives you a real feeling of life in Rome (for rich people obviously). Sitting in Livia's room is surreal and one of my highlights, there is also a real...More
This is a world class museum that you will probably have all to yourself because no one goes to it. It's their loss because on the upper levels are entire recreations of ancient Roman palazzos complete with mosaics and frescoed walls. If you have the...More