Villa Torlonia

Local nameVilla Torlonia
LocationQuartiere V Nomentano, Rome, Italy

Villa Torlonia is a villa and surrounding gardens in Rome, Italy, formerly belonging to the Torlonia family. It is entered from the via Nomentana.

It was designed by the Neoclassical architect Giuseppe Valadier. Construction began in 1806 for the banker Giovanni Torlonia and was not finished by his son Alessandro.

Mussolini rented it from the Torlonia for one lira a year to use as his state residence from the 1920s onwards. It was abandoned after 1945, and allowed to decay in the following decades, but recent restoration work has allowed it to be opened to the public as a museum owned and operated by Rome's municipality.

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Opening hours

Tues.–Sun. 9–7


Entrance to Casina delle Civette, Casino Nobile, and Casino dei Principi with temporary exhibit, €10; only Casino Nobile and Casino dei Principi with exhibit, €8.50

More information and contact


Official website

Phone +1 0608

Address Villa Torlonia, Via Nomentana 70, Rome, Latium, 00161, Italy

Coordinates 41°54'49.112" N 12°30'42.979" E

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