Galleria Borghese, Rome
Galleria Borghese, Rome - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Piazzale del Museo Borghese, 5, 00197 Roma, Italy
Ticket Price: 11 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 08:30 am - 07:30 pm Details
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About Galleria Borghese, Rome
Set in the beautiful setting of Villa Borghese, this gallery preserves the stunning sculptures, reliefs, mosaics and paintings from the 15th to the 18th century. The collection is attributed to Cardinal Scipione Borghese in the early 17th century and is a treat for art lovers.
Plan a trip to Rome to visit Galleria Borghese exhibiting masterpieces of artists like Antonello da Messina, Giovanni Bellini, Raffaello, Tiziano, Correggio, Caravaggio and sculptures of sculptures of Gian Lorenzo Bernini and Canova, this museum is one of the prized possessions of the city.
The verdant garden around the museum building is also great to spend some peaceful time.
Galleria Borghese Information
- Audio guides are available in Italian, English, French, German and Spanish.
- Admission is strictly reduced at only 360 persons every 2 hours (mandatory exit at the end of time slot).
- Online booking is available.
Galleria Borghese Ticket Prices
- Reduced € 6,50 (4,50 + 2,00 mandatory service charge) (European Union citizens between 18 and 25 years old).
- Free: European Union citizens younger than 18 years old, European Union students and teachers of Arts, History of Arts or Architecture course, ICOM members, European Union schools with teachers by reservation, Journalists only by showing valid membership card and Employees MiBACT Ministry of Heritage and Culture and Tourism (2 Euro mandatory service charge is payable).
- Audio guides: 5 Euros
- For Guided Tours: Groups: € 150,00 in Italian, € 200,00 in other language, Schools: € 60,00 in Italian, € 120,00 in other language.
Galleria Borghese Opening and Closing Hours
- Ticket office closes at 06.30 pm.
How To reach Galleria Borghese by Public Transport
- Bus no 5, 19, 52, 53, 63, 86, 88, 92, 95, 116, 204, 217, 231, 360,490, 491, 495, 630, 910, 926
- Metro Line A stop Piazza di Spagna
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Galleria Borghese, Rome Reviews - Write a Review
A truly fine collection in a wonderful setting. A huge collection of Bernini sculptures and paintings. Don’t forget to walk around the park because it’s lovely and has nice fountains. I only gave it a 4 because of the ridiculous fact that they literally kick you out after two hours. You need a lot more time to enjoy the art.
One of the most beautiful locations we visited during our trip to Rome. Had to book in advance, but it was very worth it - and they take the Roma Pass! We went through the entire gallery in the allotted time, and were stunned at literally every room. I would recommend trying to get in early even if you book a reserved time slot, as the line for both tickets and coat check gets very long, but it's very worth it.
One of the best days in Romeo. No crowds, amazing art, beautiful, peaceful gardens, with views of Rome that are breathtaking. Nice place to have a light lunch. We were told no pictures, but in reality, everyone had cameras (no flash). Booked through Viator Tours, no problem whatsoever. Amazing tour guide.
The place and art is wonderful. Administration can be improved. Lines are long, and one should come half an hour early not to waste the two hours allowed. Needles to say tickets have to be reserved up front. On November the next open slots to buy were two days ahead. Lines to restrooms were also long. Audio guide content was very good. We brought our own earphones, which allowed better sound as well as free hands to take pictures. With all the cevetes, this is a must see to a Rome visitor.
Unlike most famous museums around Europe, the Borghese museum has just enough content to keep you busy, but not enough to overwhelm and tire you. The collection is fantastic with many frescoes, paintings, and sculptures. The villa also sits in a beautiful park. It is a little pricey for the two hours you are allowed in the museum, but once you see the Berninis in person, you will be glad you paid.