The Palazzo Braschi, built in the 18th century in the heart of Renaissance and Baroque Rome, is now the seat of the Museum of Rome. It is home to the most significant collection of exhibits to document the social history and artistic life in Rome between the Middle Ages and the early 20th century. More information on the website en.museodiroma.it
In the event of an exhibition not mentioned at the time of your purchase, an integration fee must be paid at the ticket office.
For information on regulations that govern entry to museums and archaeological sites: en.museodiroma.it/informazioni_pratiche/biglietti_e_audioguide
ATTENTION! ON THE FIRST SUNDAY OF THE MONTH THE TICKET IS FREE FOR RESIDENTS.
Rome Museum: temporally closed the second floor and Reduced ticket
The second floor of the Rome Museum is temporally closed to the public for restaging works and consequently visitors have the right to the reduced ticket