TICKETS FOR BORGHESE GALLERYPiazzale Scipione Borghese, 5
- Reserved Entrance
TICKETS FOR BORGHESE GALLERY
The art collection of the wealthy and noble Borghese family soon became too big for a single home, so, it was moved into the Galleria Borghese – a separate building in the famous Villa Borghese park. In 1901, the collection passed into the hands of the Italian government and has since been Rome's premier museum. Art lovers flock to this gallery, and timed tickets are hard to come by, so grab yours before they're gone!
Scipione Borghese had a mind for power and an eye for art. He was a patron of Caravaggio and Bernini, and built Galleria Borghese to display his ever-expanding collection of works from these two artists, as well as other Renaissance masters.
This small museum punches well above its weight, thanks to its lush gardens, pink marble walls, frescoed ceilings, and the sheer collection of masterpieces. Plus, thanks to the timed entrance policy, it gets busy but never crowded.
A visit here is a trip into the rarefied air of Renaissance highlife and a chance to commune with masterpieces from the heyday of classical art
Meeting Point: Piazzale Scipione Borghese, 5
- Get designated timeslot entrance to the Borghese Gallery, one of Rome's busiest and most popular art galleries
- See revered works like Caravaggio's Saint Jerome Writing, Raphael's Deposition, and Titian's Sacred and Profane Love
- See Bernini's poignant sculpture of David and The Rape of Proserpina, and Canova's semi-nude Venus Victrix
- Access to the Borghese Gallery
- Access to temporary exhibitions (if available)
What's not included:
- Guided Tour
- Pick up
COVID-19: IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
- Masks are required, please bring your own
- Temperature checks are mandatory
- All customer touchpoints are frequently cleaned
- To reduce crowds, the number of visitors is limitedAll participants who are over 12 years old must present one of the following: proof of full vaccination, proof of first vaccination administered at least 15 days ago, proof of a Covid-19 infection in the past 6 months, or a negative test taken no more than 48 hours before the activity starts.