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Art Museums in Rome

Top 10 Art Museums

#1
Vatican Museums

Explore artistic and historical treasures from some of the world's greatest artists

4.5 (43,911 reviews)
#2
Borghese Gallery

Discover the best collection of arts, sculptures, and paintings by world-renowned artists

4.5 (11,524 reviews)
#3
Capitoline Museum (Musei Capitolini)

From ancient Rome to Michelangelo, find Italian treasures at the Capitoline Museum

4.3 (1,797 reviews)
#4
Palazzo Barberini

Palazzo Barberini is an important late-Baroque palace in Rome, packed with art and initially built for the Corsini family between 1730–1740. Guests can explore the different levels, see the library and browse the family's private art collections.

4.5 (160 reviews)
#5
Palazzo Doria Pamphilj

On Rome's Via del Corso, the Palazzo Doria Pamphilj is one of the largest privately owned galleries in the city. It houses a significant collection of paintings, furniture and statues, and features regular live opera performances.

4.6 (247 reviews)
#6
Wax Museum Rome

The Wax Museum Rome displays wax statues of celebrities and historical figures. It is located behind the Piazza Venezia, ten minutes' walk from the Pantheon.

4 (67 reviews)
#7
Palazzo Merulana

The Palazzo Merulana is home to the Cerasi collection of 20th-century Italian art. This new museum also houses an important collection of early 20th-century art from the Cerasi Foundation. The Palazzo Merulana is located in Rome, Italy.

4.4 (9 reviews)
#8
Galleria Spada

Not far from Campo dei Fiori, Galleria Spada, in Palazzo Spada, is full of 16th and 17th-century art by major names like Titian, Caravaggio and Rubens. It's also renowned for the forced perspective gallery by Francesco Borromini.

4.2 (25 reviews)
#9
Palazzo Braschi

Situated in the heart of historic Rome overlooking the exquisite Piazza Navona, Palazzo Braschi is a real treat for lovers of history and art. This neoclassical delight, originally built in the late 18th century for the nephew of Pope Pius VI, is now owned by the City of Rome and houses the hugely impressive Museum of Rome. The collection comprises more than 100,000 works of arts and crafts and is the most important of its kind in the Eternal City. This museum is wheelchair accessible.

4.8 (4 reviews)
#10
Ara Pacis Museum

No trip to Rome is complete without a visit to the glorious Ara Pacis Museum, where the ancient and contemporary worlds collide. The museum showcases the Emperor Augustus’s amazing ‘Altar of Peace’ wrapped inside a magnificent travertine and glass blanket designed by contemporary architectural maestro Richard Meier.

4.2 (1,792 reviews)

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