Skip The Line: Borghese Gallery Tickets - Rome

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  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
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  • Duration: 3 Hrs
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    Varies
  • Departure Details :
    Borghese Gallery
  • Cancellation Policy :
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

Overview

With this pre-booked skip-the-line Borghese Gallery ticket, you can visit one of Romes top art attractions without waiting in the admission queue. (Tickets often sell out a month in advance!) Housed inside Villa borghese, the gallery is home to a renowned collection of artwork including paintings by Caravaggio and Raphael and sculptures by Bernini. When booking, select admission only to explore the gallery independently, or choose the upgrade option for a guided tour.

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Skip the line

All entrance fees included

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Kick off your Borghese Gallery tour in Rome by meeting our representative and exchanging your voucher. With the skip-the-line ticket in hand, you gain quick access to the Borghese Gallery (Galleria borghese), one of the best art collections in Rome, made up of classical sculptures, Renaissance paintings and priceless antiquities. This Borghese Gallery tour ticket provides fast-track access so you don't have to wait in the admission line. You can also enjoy a view over Piazza del Popolo and stroll through the beautiful Villa borghese gardens.

Collection highlights (subject to change, as works are sometimes lent to other museums):

  • The Caravaggio Room (St Jerome, David with the Head of Goliath)
  • Bernini sculptures (Apollo and Daphne, David)
  • Canova sculpture (Pauline Bonaparte)
  • Works by Raphael (The Deposition, Lady with Unicorn)
  • Perugino (Madonna and Child)
  • Rubens (The Deposition)

 

Do you want to get the most from your Borghese Gallery visit?

For a small additional fee, you can upgrade your ticket to join a guided tour. An expert guide will add value to your experience by pointing out the highlights of the Borghese Gallery and sharing the fascinating stories behind the art. Your tour will also include a guided visit of the famous Villa borghese gardens. The groups are small, never more than 20 people, ensuring personal attention from your knowledgeable guide. The duration of the guided tour is 3 hours.

Inclusions

Guaranteed to skip the long lines

Option to upgrade to a guided tour

Entry/Admission - Galleria Borghese

Guaranteed to skip the lines

Exclusions

Gratuities

Hotel pickup and drop-off

Food and drinks, unless specified

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Not wheelchair accessible

Near public transportation

Most travelers can participate

Traveler Reviews

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  • 16-Dec-2019

    We have never taken a private tour before our tour with Salvatore at the Borghese gallery. I am quite committed now to visiting museums ONLY with a private tour. We have loved visiting the Borghese in the past, but having a very knowledgeable guide enhanced the experience beyond measure. Worth every cent. Salvatore was perfect: kept a good pace, was very well educated in the art and history of the gallery.

  • 19-Nov-2019

    The Borghese is a beautiful art gallery filled with incredible art. I read online that you had a 15 minute leeway on either side of your assigned time for entry. Unfortunately, we were lost, so arrived 15 minutes after our assigned time, to find the rep from the tour company had gone. I called the tour company from someone's phone and was told they tried to call me. My phone didn't work in Italy, so they were unable to reach me. The person on the phone said there was nothing they could do since we were late arriving. We bought tickets at the Gallery and, actually, walked right in (about 3:15PM). We were there in November, but I believe in the Summer, the skip the line ticket would have been useful. I spoke with Viator on the phone, who called the tour company, and they offered to reschedule my tickets, but that was unnecessary, since we went the day of our scheduled skip the line. So, in spite of me paying twice to enter the Borghese, it's well worth it, but, if you are there on off season, go later in the afternoon and you will have no trouble getting in.

  • 14-Nov-2019

    A tour of the Borhese Gallery is an absolute must for a visit to Rome. Our guide was both knowledgable and enthusiastic. It was a great tour and an absolute highlight.

  • 29-Oct-2019

    As avid museum goers who have been blessed to visit many world-class museums, it is diificult to find something that could make a stronger impression on the two of us. The Villa Borghese is simply the most beuatiful, most impressive museum we have every walked through. The Skip The Line opportunity made the experiience even better. It was a wonderful way to become immediately immersed in the outstanding Borghese collection without having to waste valuable vacation time standing in a long line of tourists waiting in the hot sun to get in. We highly recoommend using this service.

  • 29-Oct-2019

    After the disappointment in the overcrowded Vatican museums, the Borghese was a breath of fresh air. The real way to enjoy art. Massimo, our guide, was excellent.

  • 28-Oct-2019

    Don't waste your money, paid double that the normal ticket price. There was no advantage to this. We could have bought the tickets there and saved money.

  • 14-Oct-2019

    The start was very poor. Guides were late and instructions not clear. Much confusion as we were not told where to go, tickets only or guide. Those in charge were late and not friendly. Did not give a hoot.
    When finally assigned a guide, Paula, we started and from there on it was just great! Paula was well organized and very knowledgeable. Patient and friendly. Could not have asked for a better guide. However the beginning was terrible.

  • 07-Oct-2019

    The museum staff were rude and when asked about the skip the line - which we had paid at least twice the amount of regular admission- was told there is only one line. We were treated like potential thief’s when we visited the book store

  • 01-Oct-2019

    The tickets were way overpriced for the value of the actual tickets.....spent $85 for $30 tickets......disappointed

  • 30-Sep-2019

    This museum is worth every effort to get there. The detail of the sculptures, in particular Bernini's Ratto di Proserpina, is stupendous.

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