A must-see for all art-loving visitors of Rome. The 17th century Villa Borghese Pinciana, built for Cardinal Scipione Borghese as his suburban manor, is located in the beautiful Borghese gardens. It houses a spectacular collection of renaissance and baroque paintings and sculptures by the most famous artists.
You can admire the paintings by Caravaggio (e.g. Boy with a Basket of Fruit), Raphael, Rubens or Titian or the paintings and statues by Bernini (many of which were made precisely for the spots in the villa they occupy today).
The tickets must be booked online in advance due to the space limitations of the villa. The ticket booking system also ensures that there are not too many people in the gallery at a time.
A maximum of 360 people are admitted at a time for two-hour visits according to the following schedule:
9 am - 11 am / 11 am - 1 pm / 1 pm - 3 pm / 3 pm - 5 pm / 5 pm - 7 pm
Students (EU citizens, 18-25): €9
(+ online reservation €2 fee)
Ticket reservations are required for all visitors!
Ticket prices may vary when temporary exhibitions are planned - be sure to check the official website prior to your visit.
Official website http://www.galleriaborghese.it/eng/galleriaBorghese.html
Phone +39 6 32810
Address Piazzale del Museo Borghese, 5 00197 Roma, Italy
Coordinates 41°54'50.833" N 12°29'31.42" E