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Galleria d'Arte Moderna di Roma Capitale

Via Francesco Crispi 24, Rome, Italy
+39 06 0608
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Great little collection and terrific exhibition

We must admit that we ran into this place because of a sudden downfall of rain just blocks from the... read more

Reviewed 6 June 2017
Vancouver Island, Canada
Worth a visit, but it will quick

A good little museum with a limited collection. We liked the 19th and 20C portraits and landscapes... read more

Reviewed 30 May 2017
Victoria, Canada
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The collection of the Galleria d'Arte Moderna of Roma Capitale includes over three thousand works, such as paintings, sculptures, drawings, engravings, which bear witness of the history of collecting art and culture in Rome at the turn of the nineteenth century and throughout the first half of the twentieth century.
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Via Francesco Crispi 24, Rome, Italy
+39 06 0608
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Reviewed 6 June 2017

We must admit that we ran into this place because of a sudden downfall of rain just blocks from the Spanish Steps but were impressed with the facilities, the quality of the collections and also a terrific current exhibition on a retrospective Italian impressionists. Also...More

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Reviewed 30 May 2017

A good little museum with a limited collection. We liked the 19th and 20C portraits and landscapes they had on display, but wished there had been a little more.

Thank Canuckgreekophile
Reviewed 4 April 2017

This is an underrated museum filled with enjoyable exhibits and architectural wonders. Being and engineer, this was and exceptional day of unique exhibits. There is a lot of walking here but well worth the steps. come and see these less known artists and be surprised.

Thank 1991KEB
Reviewed 18 November 2016 via mobile

I saw the retrospective of the self-taught artist, Mimi Quilici Buzzacchi (temporary exhibit) and thoroughly enjoyed it. This is a small, manageable museum located in a former convent. In addition to the art you can see two cloisters. A number of stairs lead up to...More

Thank ClioChicago_Illinois
Reviewed 13 November 2016 via mobile

Glad we were able to visit this Mecca of architecture and masterworks of art on our last day in Roma. Once you enter, be prepared to walk around in a daze. The sight of Bernini's mesmerizing Medusa is a must and so is a massive...More

Thank FloTexan
Reviewed 9 October 2016

Apparently unmentioned by most guide information, even the TI at Colisseum seemed unaware that this existed and were surprised when their database came up with it. I assume that the city is struggling to find anywhere large enough to put its collection and so, this...More

Thank OldAccountant
Reviewed 3 October 2016

Even though it is currently under renovation, the museum offers only one open room to the visitors. Interesting exhibit in a very beautiful building. I currently would not advise to make a detour to visit it, however if you pass by it on your way...More

Thank Nathalie D
Reviewed 12 September 2016

Although the collection was small, the works were interesting and well-displayed. After visiting a larger museum, it felt rather serene to wander through this place. Be aware that the gallery is on a rather steep hill.

Thank Viagg16
Reviewed 2 June 2016

This museum has a small but excellent collection of works by artists who are not nearly as well known as they should be.

Thank RichardTol
Reviewed 29 May 2016 via mobile

Pretty small and average museum, nothing very interesting. Sculptures and paintings from the end of the 1800's to 1930's, but definitely not the most stunning ones I've seen. Rome has definitely better things to offer.

Thank Mira A
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Jackie T
15 May 2016|
Response from Zetema M | Property representative |
Dear Jackie, on Sunday the museum is open from 10.00am till 6.30pm (last admission 30 minutes before closing time)
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