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THE ROMAN NATIONAL MUSEUM

The Roman National Museum is the largest archaelogical museum complex in Rome and consists of four different museum locations: Palazzo Massimo, Palazzo Altemps, Diocleziano's Baths, Crypta Balbi.


The reservation for the Roman National Museum includes the access to all the four museum locations and lasts 3 days.

Full price ticket: € 16,00 (€ 12,00 + € 4,00 reservation fee) 
Half price ticket: € 6,00 (€ 2,00 + € 4,00 reservation fee) - Europeasn citizens from 18 to 25 years old.
Free price ticket: € 4,00 (€ 0,00 + € 4,00 reservation fee) -  all visitors under 18 years old.
Audioguides available: € 5,00 each

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USEFUL INFORMATION

Address Palazzo Massimo: Largo di Villa Peretti 1, Roma


Address Cripta Balbi: Via delle Botteghe Oscure 31, Roma


Address Terme di Diocleziano: Via Enrico de Nicola 79, Roma


Address Palazzo Altemps: Piazza Sant'Apollinare 46

Opening times: every day, from  9:00 am to 7:45 pm  (on the 24 and 31 Decembre the museum closes at 5:00 pm)

Closing Days: Mondays, 1st May, 25th Decembre, 1 January. 

HOW TO CHOOSE THE CORRECT TICKET

Half price ticket: for 18-25 year olds from the European Union.

Free ticket (you pay reservation only): visitors under 18 (children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult).

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The Roman National Museum in Rome

ROMAN NATIONAL MUSEUM: FOUR MAGNIFICENT SITES IN ONE TICKET

The Roman National Museum was founded in 1889 as one of the main cultural centre of a united Italy. In addition to welcoming and exhibiting the works of historical collections donated to the State, and the numerous antiquities that came to the light from the works of adjustment of Rome to its new role as Capital of the Kingdom of Italy, the museum was intended to increase the artistic heritage of the capital.
A century after its birth, the museum has been reorganized into four distinct locations: Diocletian's Baths, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Palazzo Altemps and the Crypta Balbi have been added to the Baths.
Inside the Baths of Diocletian the tour route winds from the spa to the cloisters of the Basilica of St. Mary of the Angels and the Martyrs, integated, on a project by Michelangelo, in the spaces of the monumental complex. The rooms are home to the Museo della Comunicazione scritta dei Romani, the Museo di Protostoria dei Popoli Latini and the Museo Virtuale.
Palazzo Massimo comprises two floors and was built at the end of the 1800s as a seat for the Jesuit College; only in 1995 it was inaugurated as a museum. Today it houses the numismatics and goldsmith's section, an exhibition of ancient art with original Greek works brought to Rome in ancient times, offering a broad overview of the artistic production of the Roman world, from sculptures to frescoes, from mosaics to jewellery.
Palazzo Altemps houses the section of the history of collecting and the Egyptian collection with works from the sanctuaries of oriental deities. All set up according to the 17th century antique taste.
Crypta Balbi is part of a vast complex of buildings that, in turn, stands on the porticoes courtyard adjoining the Balbo theatre. Inaugurated in 2001, it hosts the remains of archaeological excavations conducted since 1981, enhancing the ancient remains found. A second section illustrates the life and transformations of the city between the fifth and tenth centuries, offering an overview of the changes in Rome.

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