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#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.
We were in Rome for 4 days and did most of the popular attractions (Colosseum, Vatican Museums, Spanish Steps, Fountains, etc) and the Museum at the Villa Borghese was hands down my favorite.
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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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#20 of 219 Museums in Rome
A mix of what US folks might consider modern and traditional art (in that we aren't used to seeing much centuries-old art in 'modern' art museums, and they have quite a bit).
It was well worth it for a bit of a break from the other museums I'd been visiting that all contain the same types of art.
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#33 of 219 Museums in Rome
One of the free museums in Rome.
We stumbled upon this museum while walking in the Borghese Gardens after visiting the Borghese Gallery and were so pleased!
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#38 of 219 Museums in Rome
This is basically like the hand's-on kids areas many museums have.
Fun museum!
#49 of 219 Museums in Rome
One of the BEST Museums Ever
The museum has some great pieces and is definitely worth a visit if you enjoy modern art.
#50 of 219 Museums in Rome
Near Metro Flaminio, you can find this hidden little museum that covers the private collection and most important works of Hendrik Christian Andersen, and you can visit it for free in less than a couple of hours.
#54 of 219 Museums in Rome
A very good supplement to other museums and for people used to go to art-museums.
A free-to-visit museum containing works mostly by Giorgio de Chirico, among them you can see three masterpieces.
#84 of 219 Museums in Rome
You can also go to the Zoo museum, and see when animals take food,you will see that on ticket to Zoo.