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Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Altemps

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This archeological museum features the Ludovisi art collection and many ancient sculptures, frescoes and painted ceilings, gems of the Roman Renaissance.
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Piazza Sant_Apollinare, 46 | accanto Piazza Navona, 00186 Rome, Italy
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

There is a rooftop cafe with incredible views of the city. There is also a great spot to view Palantine Hill and the Colosseum. Inside there are incredible statues, busts, and paintings, and the building itself is an architectural masterpiece. We didn't find value in...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We enjoyed this museum. Some of the rooms are really cool. It was a little different than some of the museums that we had visited prior in Rome. We were only able to stay for 1 hour as it was at the very end of...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This gallery is a superb find tucked a stones throw away from the Piazza Navona. Full price adult entry is approx €12 (we had under 25 discount making it €8 each). In all we spent around 2 hours in the gallery but you could do...More

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Reviewed 10 August 2018

Palazzo Altemps was a big, positive surprise for us. beautiful building, nice cool balconies on the inside to sit down, lot of ancient artifacts, a nice inside chapel and a lot of modern art included. a nice collection of both worlds - we loved it

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Reviewed 9 August 2018

This is not one of the most famous museum of Rome, but I really liked the atmosphere. Marvellous masterpieces of ancient roman art are exposed in an historical palace right behind Piazza Navona.

Thank Tony C
Reviewed 2 July 2018

Across the street from the church was Palazzo Altemps. Wow, we were very impressed with this luxurious palace designed by Melozzo da Forli for Girolamo Riario. The palace became the home of the Altemps family in 1568, and there is a stunning inner courtyard. The...More

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Reviewed 12 June 2018

One of the lesser known museums and almost never crowded although there was a presentation with a large gathering of people in the patio on the day of my second visit and I didn't have access to some areas. There are beautiful sculptures (The Ludovisi...More

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Reviewed 26 April 2018

Hercules holding a bike, colourful cats on ruins, umbrella holder in a shape of a capital beside the old black and white picture of excavations and real ruins, huge printed profiles in the courtyard, etc. create a joyful and clever atmosphere in this very interesting...More

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Reviewed 24 April 2018

Beautiful exhibits fron the Greek-Roman antique period. A sculpture after the only original head of Caesar, discovered at Tusculum. First Greek bas relief depicting Aphrodite, 2500 years old, in Thassos marble. Combined ticket with Massimo alle terme and diocletian baths, best value for money

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Reviewed 17 April 2018

I'm a Fornasetti junky and was thrilled to stumble upon the adverts for this exhibit during my January trip to Rome. I probably would not have been thrilled with the palazzo and statuary as a stand alone visit; however, the Fornasetti exhibit was outstanding. I...More

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Response from Reija G | Reviewed this property |
I remember been there about two hours, those ancient god statues fascinated me and I was going around there and back again in that maze. It's good if you can go there another day, too. There so much to look at.
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