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  • A stunning collection of works by sculptor Bernini, including his iconic David, Apollo and Daphne, and many other masterpieces

  • Paintings by the art world’s biggest rebel, Caravaggio, including Saint Jerome Writing and Boy with a Basket of Fruit

  • The private collection of Cardinal Scipione Borghese includes incredible art from Raphael, Titian, Rubens, and more

  • Ornate frescoed ceilings in the Borghese Gallery and sprawling gardens full of fountains and sculptures

  • An intimate setting to see precious works of art – the museum only allows 360 people at a time in two-hour time slots

With timed entry, you'll be able to see exquisite art without getting stuck in a crowd. Because tickets are limited, book online so you don't miss out.

Choose the right Villa Borghese Gallery tickets for your:

  • Skip the line and enjoy a guided tour of the Borghese Gallery as well as access to the gardens

  • Get fast track entrance to the gallery and access to temporary exhibitions

Villa Borghese Garden experiences:

  • Enjoy the outdoors and drive a golf cart through the gardens and the historic center

  • Join a professional guide on a 3-hour e-bike ride through the gardens

General information:

  • The gallery is closed on Mondays, December 25, and January 1

  • Opening hours are from 09:00 to 19:00, with the last admission at 17:00

  • You may take photos and videos, but you may not use selfie sticks or flash in the gallery

  • In the Villa Borghese gardens, there are restaurants and cafes, or you can bring a picnic

  • Pets are allowed in the gardens but are not welcome in the gallery

  • You can rent a boat to use on the artificial lake located near the Bilotti Museum

Accessibility information:

  • The gallery's main entrance has steps, but there is a wheelchair-accessible entrance at the back of the building

  • To access the rear door, a caregiver needs to enter the building, or you need to call using your cell phone so that a staff member can assist you

  • Only the ground-floor exhibits are fully wheelchair accessible

  • The upper floor is accessible via stairs or the elevator – please note the elevator can’t accommodate a wheelchair or chair

  • If you are in a wheelchair and wish to see the upper floors, you will need to be able to stand in the elevator for short periods while moving between floors

  • The museum will provide a wheelchair on the upper floor once you exit the elevator. They will safely store your own wheelchair on the ground floor for you

Villa Borghese reviews

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3 reviews
Frank,  United States United States
09 Jun 2024
The tour was a wonderful time learning about and partaking in great food and drink. Our guide, Aurelio, was amazing. The other travelers in the tour fast became friends. It truly was a great time!
Borghese Gallery Guided Tour: Skip The Line
Christy,  United States United States
29 May 2024
We greatly enjoyed this tour. The guide was incredibly knowledgeable, interesting, and did a great job of time management when showing us a variety of artwork in the gallery. Highly recommend this tour!
We greatly enjoyed this tour. The guide was incredibly knowledgeable, interesting, and did a great job of time management when showing us a variety of artwork in the gallery. Highly recommend this tour!
Borghese Gallery Guided Tour: Skip The Line
AVRAHAM,  Israel Israel
14 Jun 2024
Valeria was THE perfect guide each place he devoted herself to a detailed explanation and occasionally accompanied by humor. My partner Camila and I enjoyed every moment
Borghese Gallery: Guided Tour

About: Villa Borghese

Villa Borghese is a large landscape garden in Rome, Italy. Covering 80 hectares and lined with trees, small lakes, fountains, and various other architectural delights, Villa Borghese is also home to the famous Borghese Gallery.

It may only be the third largest public park in Rome, but Villa Borghese is certainly the most romantic. It's an enjoyable spot for a picnic, to explore by bike, or even electric golf cart!

Villa Borghese
Monday 10:00 - 19:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 19:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 19:00
Thursday 10:00 - 19:00
Friday 10:00 - 19:00
Saturday 10:00 - 19:00
Sunday 10:00 - 19:00
Villa Borghese
Piazzale Napoleone I, 00197, Rome
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