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Museo Pietro Canonica

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The Museo Pietro Canonica, hidden in the greenery of the Villa Borghese, is an important example of the museological model of museums based on artist's houses, and in its integrity is one of very few examples in Italy. The museum collection consists...more
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Viale Pietro Canonica 2 | Villa Borghese, 00197 Rome, Italy
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Reviewed 1 August 2018

Found by chance when urgently sèekeng a toilet. Small museum in midlle of Borgese park, outside is a statue of a military pack mule. Large collection of very fine busts largely of women but high point for me was a side chamber with large group's...More

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Reviewed 6 July 2018

A great surprise! After strolling Villa Borghese so many times, this time i decided to visit this small museum. it is a true gem. Pietro Canonica (1869 -1959) was a sculptor, a painter, a music lover and a composer. The museum is really inspiring -...More

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Reviewed 2 March 2018 via mobile

The sculptures of Pietro Canonica were not something I knew but I have probably seen some before, as have you. He lived to be 90 And was prolific. His studio in the Borghese park is a delightful free museum and my wife and I spent...More

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Reviewed 1 March 2018

Pietro Canonica was a famed Italian sculptor in the early 20th century. He obtained the concession to renovate Villa Borghese, a 16th-century building owned by the City of Rome (villa Borghese includes beautiful gardens and a lake) and used as administrative offices until it was...More

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Reviewed 10 October 2017

it was thoroughly tremendous visit I was close to tears with emotion looking at the statue sculptures.

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Reviewed 1 July 2017 via mobile

This little visit a museum in Borgese the Villa Park is interesting and small and that you're passing by to go to a better historical site, you should stop here and take a visit. Interesting sculpture interesting history, a place that you will go on...More

Thank Jon M
Reviewed 7 January 2017

One of the free museums in Rome. Worth visiting. I'm not even a big sculpture fan but I really enjoyed learning and seeing his life's work. Also very interesting to see here is the artists apartment, which they let you into every 30 minutes (for...More

3  Thank Jordan L
Reviewed 30 December 2016

We stopped off at this small but interesting museum after our tour of the Borghese Gallery. We had no idea who Pietro Canoica was. This modern day early 20th century sculptor has produced some impressive pieces, many of famous statesmen, royalty, mounument pieces of the...More

2  Thank Della G
Reviewed 1 July 2016 via mobile

An interesting mix of religious and military sculptures. It is located in t the artists house and you can get a feel for how he lived.

1  Thank linda p
Reviewed 24 April 2016

Almost hidden away in the Borghese Gardens is this small but very interesting museum. Dedicated to the sculptures of early 20th century artist Pietro Canonica. Some stunning artworks, particularly the larger than life equestrian figure of Tsar Nicolas II and the Kemal Ataturk fresco. Entrance...More

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tainley
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Response from Zetema M | Property representative |
Dear Tainley, yes, the museum will be regularly open from 10am to 4pm (last admission at 3:30pm). Best regards, Staff
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