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#1 of 10 Museums in Vatican City
Spend your time in the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's Basilica and enjoy all that an excellent tour guide can tell you about the incredible contents the Vatican & Sistine Chapel holds and get...
We were with a private guide who took us through several of the Vatican Museums (a wonderful time, as well) on our way to see one of Michelangelo's masterpieces and St. Peter's Basilica.
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#2 of 219 Museums in Rome
In short, if you're visiting Rome, make sure you visit Castel Sant'Angelo, which is within very easy walking distance of St Peter's and the Vatican City Museums.
The museums inside are also filled with interesting memorabilia and treasures to be witnessed and it is definitely worth the price of admission to see what's inside and for the stunning view, especially in the sun...
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#2 of 10 Museums in Vatican City
The history and sheer vastness of the collection here is mind boggling, coupled with the architectural brilliance and frescos on the museum itself and it's certainly one of the most awe inspiring museums I have ev...
Vatican Museums Vatican City Vacation - Tour of Vatican Museum, Sistine Chapel, St. Peter's Basilica by City Wonders (formerly Dark Rome) Extended Sistine Chapel and Vatican Museums Tour with Bramante Staircase an...
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#3 of 10 Museums in Vatican City
Located in the heart of Vatican museums, in the Raffael apartments, this Fresca has an amazing history.
They hold some masterpieces of painting and they are actually only second to Sistine Chapel when you visit the Vatican Museums.
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#4 of 10 Museums in Vatican City
My husband and I took this excavation tour this afternoon directly after completing a 3-1/2 hour general tour of the Museum, Sistine Chapel and the Basilica.
#5 of 10 Museums in Vatican City
Vatican museums have amassed collections of sculptures ,paintings by renowned artists and other art objects mainly of the Renaissance period..
This was seen on a guided tour of the Vatican Museums.
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Welcome to Rome Rome 1.5 km away
#3 of 219 Museums in Rome
This is a great alternative from the majority of museums.
Located in Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, museum of the history of Rome, views, maquette of ancient buildings, temples of othe ancient city; to see also a fim leads you to the past some memorably beautiful spots; exc...
Galleria Borghese Rome 3.4 km away
#1 of 219 Museums in Rome
The opportunity to see so many masterpieces of painting and sculpture so close-up, with so few other people around you, is almost unique among all of the world-class museums we've visited in Europe and the US.
Borghese Gallery is one of my favorite museums in Rome and has one of the more comprehensive collections of sculpture and paintings housed in a relatively compact layout.
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#6 of 10 Museums in Vatican City
Complete your visit of St. Peter's with a visit to the Vatican Museums where you will see beautiful artwork, sculpture, tapestries and so much more.
Starting in the Vatican Museums, you are immediately met with the enormity of the architecture and collections.
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#13 of 219 Museums in Rome
Wonderful Break from traditional Museums
The Leonardo da Vinci Experience was by far one of the best museums I have ever seen.
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Villa Farnesina Rome 1.4 km away
#7 of 219 Museums in Rome
This is one of Rome's museums which grants special pricing for EU seniors which was an added bonus.
... expert on the property as well as recreations of the Roman villa Farnesina which occupied the site in ancient times (you can see the remains of the Roman Villa in the Palazzo Massimo of the Roman National Museum.
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#12 of 219 Museums in Rome
This museum is part of a three-day, admission ticket for Museo Nazionale Romano, which also includes the following museums: Terme di Diocleziano, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, and Crypta Balbi.
Beautiful building with great sculptures and art.. theres just so much to take in and so grand... great for a rainy day... went there before i went to the vatican museums so all day i was just in the museums and w...
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#4 of 219 Museums in Rome
... another review...) We had the additional good luck to have as our tour guide the Director of the Museum, Patrizia Piergiovanni, and her knowledge and appreciation of the glorious history and magnificence of th...
This compact, beautiful art museum is only open on Saturday mornings.
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Palazzo Doria Pamphilj Rome 2.3 km away
#8 of 219 Museums in Rome
Superb collection of important art work although some has been loaned to other museums.A free audio guide is a real boon and works at your pace.The real highlight is the building and interior with one of the galle...
This is one of the BEST museums in Rome and yes, I do mean compared to the Vatican Museums, Villa Borghese and the Colosseum.
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#6 of 219 Museums in Rome
Really amazing information, and truly felt like the future of archaeological museums.
A really nice addition to the city vast selection of museums and historical sites.
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#9 of 219 Museums in Rome
Many miss this museum because it is located further away from the heart of Rome than the more popular Capitoline or Vatican Museums, but it is easily accessible from a short tram or bus ride.
Housed in Villa Giulia it is one of the most important Etruscan museums.
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Musei Capitolini Rome 2.6 km away
#11 of 219 Museums in Rome
In Rome we had two tours in mythology mode cause my kids who are 9 and 13 love Percy Jackson!!! Paola and Francesca of Kids tours in Rome were sublime at the Vatican Museums and at the Capitoline Museum.
The Capitoline Museums are a set of several buildings (Palazzo dei Conservatori, Palazzo Nuovo, Palazzo Senatorio) that were established in 1471 when Pope Sixtius IV donated numerous bronze statues as an mportant...
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#28 of 219 Museums in Rome
In fact, the entire tour exceeded our expectations and we highly recommend this tour as the best way to visit the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel.
Amazing museums and Simone from Joy of Rome was the best!
#19 of 219 Museums in Rome
It was also great as a break from sight seeing, especially after a busy day at the Vatican museums!
Video games are well worth their own museum and Vigamus is definitely one of the best curated ones in the world!
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Museo Ebraico di Roma Rome 2.3 km away
#16 of 219 Museums in Rome
(Please note that with all Jewish museums and synagogues in Europe, security is tight.)
Go! This place is amazing, the museum is really special with lots of ancient Jewish items, there is explanations next to each item, and also a great intro to the Jewish heritage in Rome.
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#5 of 219 Museums in Rome
One of my favourite museums in Rome, particularly the top floor is worth some time and energy it holds the most stunning roman frescos and floor mosaics and the partial reconstruction of two roman villas, I partic...
This museum is undeservedly less famed and visited than The Vatican or The Capitoline Museums, although it contains incredible masterpieces that feature in every Roman art textbook.
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Museo Napoleonico Rome 1.4 km away
#23 of 219 Museums in Rome
A wonderful change after all of the long walking through giant museums in the rest of Rome.
One of Rome's Few Free Museums
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#15 of 219 Museums in Rome
The museum of the Imperial Forums in the main market hall is one of the best curated and interpreted museums I saw in Rome, and very quiet compared to similar sites.
You'll see the shops organised on levels, a big piazza (forum) ad a fantastic museum with rests of different buildings around the Fuori Imperiali, with objects from the Foro di Cesare, Tempio di Venere and others.
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Complesso del Vittoriano Rome 2.4 km away
#18 of 219 Museums in Rome
Begun in 1885 to honour Italy's first king, Victor Emmanuel II, it incorporates the Museo Centrale del Risorgimento , a small museum documenting Italian unification, and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier .
Yes, this complex hosts multiple temporary exhibits, as well as a military history museum and the tomb of Italy's Unknown Soldier.
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#29 of 219 Museums in Rome
... "piccola Farnesina", inspired by the magnificent Villa Farnese alla lungara, where you will be welcomed by a beautiful Roman torso that is very reminiscent of the "torso del belvedere" of the Vatican museums.
Better than some of the not-free museums.
Scuderie del Quirinale Rome 2.7 km away
#20 of 219 Museums in Rome
This exhibition displays these treasures magnificently in this very tastefully restored venue, before they will be distributed to the various museums, churches etc. in Italy.
This museum was paired with the Palazzo Barberini for a Picasso exhibit featuring Tra cubism e Classisismo: 1915-1925.
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Serra Rome 2.3 km away
#25 of 219 Museums in Rome
Chiostro del Bramante Rome 1.4 km away
#32 of 219 Museums in Rome
A lovely, romantic peaceful cafe alongside a beautiful church, museum and gallery.
Wandering around in search of a church, I stumbled accidentally into this museum.
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