Nice three story palace right next to Termini Station. Lovely sculptures and frescoes recovered from dozens of sites around Rome.
About Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Massimo alle Terme
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Excellent trip. A lot of walking. Historic places that take your mind to fly to the ancient times. The Roman Museum is a very interested place, we enjoyed it a lot.
If you're into this sort of thing then this museum is probably great, but if you're a bit of cultural retard like me then it is just another in a long list of overwhelming impressive museums in Rome. However I would say the mosaics on...More
There are some amazing things here but once you have seen several busts and mosaic floors, then the rest tend to be the same. However, I happily spent 3 hours looking around. After the hustle and bustle of all the outside attractions in Rome, it...More
We saw Roman and Greek sculptures, Roman mosaics and Roman frescoes, intact flooring, recreations of the vast roman baths. Aside from the wonderful preserved and curated artefacts, the highlight for us were the stories of Roman officials from the stone tablets which reflected how the...More
quite big museum, one of the Roman national museums (you can enter 4 of them in 1 ticket). shows a lot of ancient art from the first centuries - sculptures, wall paintings, mosaics etc. After many museums we were before I've got a little tired...More
Wonderful collection of ancient Roman statuary with accompanying text noting how Roman sculptors copied Greek statues. It's worth seeing the top two floors. One highlight is busts of Marcus Aurelius and Hadrian.
I've only visited this museum once, but I'll have to return when visiting Rome again. Be sure to have plenty of time when visiting, because the museum covers four floors of mosaics, wall paintings, coins and sculptures. Among the masterpieces are Ther Terme Boxer, The...More
This was the biggest positive surprise of our visit to Rome. The upper floors of this museum house excellent sculptures and mosaics, plus whole rooms with wall decorations from ancient Roman buildings. You will recognize many of them from photos in magazines and books as...More