viale della Trinità dei Monti, 1
The Académie de France in Rome, better known as well as "Villa Medici", participates in cultural and artistic exchanges, organizes exhibitions, concerts, conventions and seminars on art related topics, literature and their history. Designated by the 1971 decree as the ideal location French-Italian meetings, Villa Medici plays a pivotal role in the cultural life of Rome and Europe.
For the program, visit the website: www.villamedici.it
vicolo del Puttarello, 25
The expression "Città dell’Acqua" (lit. "city of the water") used to define the archaeological area of the Vicus Caprarius, is due to the presence of the most characteristical element of the area: the water flowing from Fontana di Trevi, next to the structures excavated. This is an insula, turned into a domus through the IV century.
For the program, visit the website: www.archeodomani.com
viale Pietro De Coubertin, 30
10% discount on ticket
The complex run by the Musica per Roma Foundation offers every year symphonic and chamber music concerts, various musical programs from jazz to pop, rock and world music, film premieres, stage plays, art exhibits and literary performances, festivals and other events such as fashion shows, conferences, conventions and institutional meetings.
For the program, visit the website: www.auditorium.com
via del Corso, 18
From 1786 to 1788, the great German poet Johann Wolfgang Goethe (1749 – 1832) lived with his friend, the painter Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein, at Via del Corso 18 in the centre of Rome. Today, the Casa di Goethe, the only German museum abroad, commemorates this famous guest and his seminal work Italian Journey with various exhibitions and cultural events.
For the program, visit the website: www.casadigoethe.it
via Arco della Pace, 5
The Chiostro del Bramante is an extraordinary example of Renaissance architecture. It was designed by Donato Bramante (1444-1515), who moved from Milan to Rome after the fall of Ludovico il Moro. There, he became the first architect of Pope Julius II and the great rival of Michelangelo. The Chiostro del Bramante is part of the complex that also includes the adjacent Church of Santa Maria della Pace, where one can enjoy the famous Sibyls by Raphael. It organizes and hosts important art exhibitions.
For the program, visit the website: www.chiostrodelbramante.it
via di San Pietro in Carcere (Piazza Venezia)
The Complesso Monumentale del Vittoriano, in a few years’ time and by virtue of an extraordinary synergy with public institutions, managed to create an annual calendar of prestigious exhibitions, and integrated art communication events, history and special initiatives.
For the program, visit the website: www.comunicareorganizzando.it
via Flaminia, 82
Free tours 1h 45 minutes 10% discount on ticket and Explora shop (children admitted only if accompanied by an adult, adults admitted only if accompanied by a child!)
Museum dedicated to children, schools and families. It’s a city on a child’s scale where everything can be observed, touched, and experimented with. Explora allows children the possibility to discover everyday facts and realities experimenting at first hand the Environment, Society Communication and “Me”.
For the program, visit the website: www.mdbr.it
Palazzo Cipolla: via del Corso, 320
Palazzo Sciarra: via Marco Minghetti, 22
The Museum of Fondazione Roma, since its establishment in 1999 has set up more than thirty-five temporary exhibitions in partnership with the most prestigious museums in Italy and abroad. Located in the heart of Rome with two exhibition spaces, the museum hosts exhibits dedicated to classical and contemporary art in collaboration with Musarte and the Fondazione Roma-Art-Musei atctivity.
For the program, visit the website: www.fondazioneromamuseo.it
viale della Casina di Raffaello (piazza di Siena)
10% discount at bookshop
In the heart of Villa Borghese, in the beautiful building of the V century (originally called "Palazzina dell’Alboreto dei Gelsi " and later transformed by Asprucci around 1791), La Casina di Raffaello hosts a Day care centre that the City Administration opened in 2006 dedicated to all children aged 3 to10.
The Day care centre offers an articulated programme of activities ranging from educational workshops to readings animation and book launches.
The Casina bookshop sells also books and games for children.
For the program, visit the website: www.casinadiraffaello.it
piazza SS. Apostoli, 68/A
50% discount on ticket.
Opened in 1958 by Fernando Canini, this museum displays life – size waxworks portraying historical characters, writers and musicians, contemporary sportsmen and singers as well as prehistoric animals.
For the program, visit the website: www.museodellecere.com
lungotevere Dè Cenci
Located on the premises of the Great Synagogue, the Jewish Museum of Rome displays the works of the roman silversmiths, precious textiles and other treasures of the 5 Scole. The ticket includes the visit of the Main Synagogue and of the Spanish Synagogue.
For the program, visit the website: www.museoebraico.roma.it
piazza della Cancelleria, 1
A specimen of Renaissance architecture, property of the Holy See, the Palazzo della Cancelleria is currently the seat to the Tribunal of the Sacred Roman Rota, the Pontifical Roman Academy of Archaeology and the Pontifical Commission for Cultural Heritage of the Church and hosts important art exhibitions.
For the program, visit the website: www.mostradileonardo.com
via Nazionale, 194
One of the most modern cultural centre, the biggest interdisciplinary exhibition venue in the centre of Rome, in a constant and fruitful exchanges with the most important international cultural institutions, Palazzo delle Esposizioni holds art exhibitions, film festivals, plays, photography shows, music, books launches and events.
For the program, visit the website: www.palazzoesposizioni.it
via dei Prefetti, 22
The eighteenth-century palace was built in 1765 by Giovanni Paolo Burij on a site owned by the property of the Order of the Hospital of Santa Maria della Pietà dei Pazzi Poor, it was renovated by the architect Malerini with a new plan with central opening and two outer wings. When the Kingdom of Italy was proclaimed, the building came under the direct jurisdiction of the newly formed Province of Rome, and became a representative office.
For the program, visit the website: www.fandangoincontro.it
piazza del Popolo, 12
Il Genio di Leonardo da Vinci
Permanent exhibition for over 75 models of machines and inventions by the Genius of Leonardo da Vinci as scientist: all the models, faithfully reproduced from the original drawings, are interactive, from the flying machines to the war ones, from the mechanic and physic devices to the civil engineering through explaining panels in 14 languages, multimedia locations, plasma-clips, touch-screens.
For the program, visit the website: www.060608.it
via XXIV Maggio, 16
In the past 10 years The Scuderie del Quirinale has organized exhibitions that have left the mark in the public memory and not only art historians but also common people. From just a magnificent container, it has become a synonymous of quality exhibitions, presenting itself to the international level as one of the most prestigious museum in Rome.
For the program, visit the website: www.scuderiequirinale.it
entrance from via Lazzaro Spallanzani, 1A
10% discount on bookshop
Nature and technology: a combination that finds its rightful space in Villa Torlonia, where Roma Capitale has chosen to host Technotown, a place dedicated to new technologies and to young people aged 8 to 17. Six rooms, six experiences, in which young guests will learn to interact with sophisticated technologies through high educational content games and experience, giving them the opportunity to use the “mass media” in a fun and creative ways.
For the program, visit the website: www.technotown.it