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Events and shows in Rome
Welcome to RomeCorso Vittorio Emanuele II, 203
The most fascinating and surprising show dedicated to Rome, where you can live a unique experience and immerse yourself in the 2700 years of Rome's history.
Spectacular video projections on walls, ceiling and floor accompanied by a narrator, and a large model that comes to life showing the evolution of the city over time and seeing it transform from a small village to the city we know today.
Monday - Thursday 09:00 - 19:00
Friday - Sunday 10:00 - 20:00

Cursus Honorum. The government of Rome before CaesarUntil to 23 April 2023, Capitoline Museums, Piazza del Campidoglio, 1
The protagonists of this story are five anonymous characters depicted by as many statues who act as exceptional narrators: four are male figures to which a different voice is added, a female figure, which represents a reality otherwise absent in a society inevitably dominated by men. . . with the help of special guides, the visitor will be reminded of episodes of war and conquests that marked fundamental stages in the history of the expansion of Rome: a striking example is the first naval victory over the Carthaginians in the waters of Milazzo, remembered by La Colonna Rostrata erected in honor of the consul Gaio Duilio. This and other events are narrated by three statues and portraits in travertine from the middle of the 1st century BC, already in Villa Celimontana, who wear the pallium, that is the cloak that was worn on the tunic.
Timetable: From 9:30 to 19:30 (every day)
Prices: 13 € (entirely non-residents) 11 € (reduced non-residents)
12 € (full price for residents) 10 € (reduced price for residents)

The Rome of the Republic. The story of Archaeology
From 13 January to 24 September, Musei Capitolini , Piazza del Campidoglio, 1

The exhibition illustrates, through a series of themes and archaeological contexts, the characteristics and transformations of Roman society over the course of five centuries, from the 5th to the middle of the 1st century BC. , in rare cases marble, above all terracotta, which form the exhibition itinerary based on a long and complex work in which traditional methods of investigation and innovative reconstruction techniques intertwine. A large space is dedicated to the theme of religiosity, narrated thanks to the comparison between devotion popular and temple decoration. The first is expressed in votive deposits, where the offering is central and the dedicatee is anonymous. On the contrary, religion is a public act and moment, expressed by the temples of Tempio di Giove Optimo Massimo and the sacred area of Largo Argentina.
Times : from 9.30 to 19.30 (every day)
Prices : €16 (full price for non-residents) €14 (reduced for non-residents)
€15 (full price for residents of Rome)
€13 (reduced for residents of Rome)

Raoul Dufy, the painter of joy
Until February 26, Palazzo Cipolla, Via del Corso, 320

He was a great painter, scenographer and draftsman French of the early '900 who, for his ability to capture the atmospheres, colors and intensity of light and to transfer them on his canvases, became par excellence the painter of joy and light. With over 160 works including paintings, drawings, ceramics and fabrics from renowned French public and private collections, the exhibition aims to tell the life and work of an artist with an eye always turned to modernity, pervaded by a liveliness that has been able to adapt to all the decorative arts, helping to change the taste of the public.
Times : From 10.00 to 20.00 (from Tuesday to Sunday)
Prices : 10 € (full) 8 € (reduced)

The largest Lego exhibition in Europe
Until January 7 2024, Centro Commerciale Leonardo , Viale Donato Bramante, 31

Over 2,000 square meters of space and 100 spectacular models.It will be possible to admire the largest TITANIC in the world, built on a 1:25 scale made with half a million LEGO bricks.Visitors, in addition to admiring the shape of the ship, will also have the opportunity to look inside and see the life that takes place on it. There will be the Colosseum, 188 meters long, 156 meters wide, with a circumference of 524 meters and a height of 48.5 meters. There will be superheroes, the village of the Smurfs, the anatomy of the human body and much more.
Times : from 10.00 to 21.00 (every day)
Prices : €7.90

Van Gogh
From 8 October to 26 March 2023, Palazzo Bonaparte , Via del Corso , 303

Through his most famous works, the story of the most famous artist in the world will be told.Despite a life steeped in tragedy, Van Gogh paints a shocking series of Masterpieces, accompanying them with sublime writings, inventing a unique style that has made him the most The exhibition, through 50 works from the prestigious Kröller Müller Museum in Otterlo - which houses one of the greatest patrimonies of Van Gogh's works - and many biographical testimonies, reconstructs the human and artistic story, for celebrate his universal greatness.An exhibition itinerary with a chronological thread that refers to the periods and places where the painter lived: from the Dutch one, to his stay in Paris, to that in Arles, up to St. Remy and Auvers-Sur-Oise , where he put an end to his tormented life.
Timetable : 9.00-19.00 (from Monday to Friday)
9.00-21.00 (Saturday and Sunday)
Prices : 18 € (full) 16 € (reduced) 8 € (children from 4 to 11 years)

Olympic Stadium Tour
A highly engaging journey, which uses innovative and cutting-edge technologies. A journey that starts from a glorious past, represented by its inauguration in 1953, to move on to the 1960 Olympics, the European and World Athletics Championships (respectively in 1974 and 1987 ), the 1990 World Cup, the great victories of AS Roma and SS Lazio and reaches the present with the great variety of events, including major concerts. The route includes a visit to hitherto inaccessible places, such as the legends where the protagonists have written the history of the facility, the mixed zone, the changing rooms, the trophy room, the entrance to the field, the playing field, the stands, to conclude with the Stadium Store where you can buy a souvenir of the visit and with the bistro restaurant.
Timetable : From 10am to 6pm (every day except for match days)
Prices : €18.38 (0-6 years old are free)
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Real Bodies, Leonardo's AnatomyFrom 26 December 2022, "Women's Hospital", P.zza San Giovanni Laterano, 74
For the first time in history, Leonardo's famous drawings reproduced through real human artifacts.
This exclusive exhibition, a world premiere, places the Italian genius Leonardo da Vinci in a different light, analyzing a very important aspect of his research: human anatomy.
An extraordinary and unprecedented journey to discover the human body through the eyes of the universal genius.
Timetables: from Sunday to Thursday 10.00 - 20.00 (last admission 19.00), Friday and Saturday 10.00 - 21.00 (last admission 20.00)
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MEDIEVAL ROME. The lost face of the city
Until February 25, Museo di Roma Palazzo Braschi , Piazza di San Pantaleo, 10

The exhibition covers a period of time that goes from the 6th to the 14th century, from the time of Pope Gregory the Great to the announcement of the first Jubilee of 1300, and develops into 9 main thematic nuclei which have the objective, thanks to the more than 160 works mosaics, frescoes and movable works generously made available by 60 lenders including museums, religious bodies and public and private institutions, to shed light on the aspect of a city still partially surviving, even if often hidden. On display documents mostly from Roman places and collections, precisely for the purpose of encouraging Roman citizens to rediscover the riches of their city. The visitor is accompanied through the historical, architectural and artistic folds of medieval Rome, through its most iconic buildings, such as basilicas and palaces, but also thanks to the reconstruction of the environmental context, today profoundly modified, characterized, for example, by the meandering course of the Tiber which, with its ports and bridges, was the background and theater of urban life and activities .
Timetables : from 10.00 to 19.00 (from Tuesday to Sunday)
Prices : €11 (full price) €9 (reduced for under 26 and over 65)

Virginia Woolf and Bloomsbury. Inventing Life
Until February 12, Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Altemps , Piazza di Sant'Apollinare, 46

The curators meet the public to tell, deepen and celebrate the fascinating history of the Bloomsbury group: the place where, at the beginning of the twentieth century, new forms of life and thought were experimented. intellectual friendship through books, words, paintings, photographs and objects of the protagonists of this adventure of art and thought.
Hours : From 11.00 to 18.00 (Tuesday to Sunday)
Prices : 13 € (full price) 7 € (reduced age 18 and 25)

From 18 October to 26 February, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Via Nazionale, 194

A path that intertwines disciplines, media, original works and archival documents according to three autonomous in-depth guidelines but designed to be able to integrate in order to solicit unprecedented reflections on Pasolini's production, on the cultural influence it has exerted and on the gaze of those who observe it from the XXI century. In this exhibition Pasolini is seen in a radical condition of author, always lived in a dimension of physicality as fullness, splendor and tragedy, in an extreme love for life and for reality and in an irreducible and prophetic opposition to the submission of bodies. On display hundreds of original photographs, films, books, documents, costumes, music, songs, projects, objects, and an ongoing workshop of readings, meetings, sounds.
Times : From 10.00 to 20.00 (from Tuesday to Sunday)
Prices : 10 € ( full ) 8 € ( reduced ) 4 € ( from 7 to 18 years )

Liberated Art
Until 10 April 2023, Scuderie del Quirinale, Via XXIV Maggio, 16

The exhibition offers a selection of over one hundred masterpieces saved during the Second World War, as well as a broad documentary, photographic and audio panorama - brought together thanks to the collaboration of no less than forty museums and institutes - for a captivating and exciting story of a dramatic moment for the our country but equally forward-looking and foundational for a new civic awareness. A dutiful tribute to the women and men who, in the dramatic war contingency, interpreted their profession under the banner of a common interest, aware of the universality of the heritage to be saved.
Timetables : From 10.00 to 20.00 (every day)
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