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Palazzo della Cancelleria

Piazza della Cancelleria | Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, Rome, Italy
+39 06 6988 7616
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This served as the site of the Apostle Chancellory, the Pope's Offices, for several centuries.
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Piazza della Cancelleria | Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, Rome, Italy
Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori
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1 - 10 of 17 reviews

Reviewed 3 days ago

Location for an high vatican tribunal, it has interesting masterpieces suce as the "Sala dei 100 giorni" (Hall of the 100 days), with wall paintings made by Vasari in just 100 days and the Salviati chapel, a treasure of the Manieristic style. To be seen...More

Thank Salgari7777
Reviewed 1 July 2017

This is a large exhibition of three dimensional models of Da Vinci's inventions and drawings of other ideas for inventions. If you're an engineer, an architect, or someone just interested in how things work you will be fascinated by this man's mind. It's an hour...More

Thank StravaG71
Reviewed 28 June 2017

We didn't find this exhibit of the machines of Leonardo da Vinci all that interesting. It was described as being very interactive, but basically that involved a few basic wooden models where you would turn a wheel or a gear. It did not hold our...More

Thank stepwegaily
Reviewed 11 April 2017

We visited the Palazzo Cancelleria to see the models produced of da Vinci's extraordinary designs. It was fascinating and great to see his genius in the life sized models.

1  Thank BarbSuz
Reviewed 30 April 2016

Built for the Cardinal Raffaele Riario at the beginning of the16th century, this magnificent work of Donato Bramante was the first new palace in the Renaissance style. The palace was immediately occupied by the Pope Leo X and became the Papal Chancellery (Cancelleria).

Thank Borzov
Reviewed 15 February 2016

I cannot say I saw any of the building except for the museum but it was AMAZING! My children ages 8-15 really enjoyed it (they do like science, etc). Lots of hands-on and great explanations in English (descriptions on the wall, not verbal) from art...More

3  Thank Roscam474
Reviewed 8 February 2016

Two things motivated my visit here: 1) It is a superb example of Renaissance architecture well preserved by the Vatican for several Vatican functions. It has the legal status under the Lateran Treaty of being it Italy though part of the Holy See- with full...More

6  Thank SanDiegoGuy1
Reviewed 17 January 2016

The entire family loved this museum. Not sure how long they will have this exhibit. If you have children over eight. This is a must see. Go in the morning. We found that the younger children were too tired and hungry to enjoy this later...More

Thank ABHIL
Reviewed 4 November 2015

This is now the Papal Chancellery building in Rome that had been built for a church Cardinal that secured the funds to begin construction by winning 60,000 scudi at a dice game. He was also given the Church of San Lorenzo next door by his...More

2  Thank whiteshadow
Reviewed 24 October 2015

This exhibition is so worth a visit. Fascinating to see the genius of Leonardo Da Vinci recreated. This aspect of his work is not always explored and celebrated being overshadowed by his extraordinary painting. We see into an amazing mind centuries ahead of the times....More

Thank Helen M
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