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Palazzo Merulana

Typology: Private Museum

Address

Address: Via Merulana, 121
Zone: Rione Esquilino (Termini-Via Nazionale) (Roma centro)

Contacts

Opening times

From Wednesday to Friday: entry shifts every hour from 12 to 8pm (last entry at 7pm)
Saturday and Sunday: from 10am to 8pm (last entry 7pm)
closed Monday and Tuesday

Shift booking: recommended
Booking fee € 2.00

For updates please visit the > official website

CafèCulture & bookshop
from 8.30 am to 20.00

Information

Sculpture Hall free admission

Rates second, third and fourth floor
Full price
€ 10,00
Reduced € 8,00 (Young people under 27, adults over 65, teachers in activity, holders of Cartax2 )
Schools € 6.00 (per student). Reservation compulsory admission round schools € 20.00
Groups € 8.00 per person (min 10, max 25 people) Compulsory booking group entrance turn € 30.00
Free of charge (children under 7, one teacher every 10 students, one accompanying person every 10 people, disabled people with accompanying person, Palazzo Merulana Pass and Palazzo Merulana Pass Young holders)

Merulana Pass allows unlimited access to the exhibition halls, but also several other advantages and discounts to enjoy the cultural offer of Palazzo Merulana at its best.
Price Adults € 20.00
Young people € 15.00 (under 26 years)
Valid for one year from the first use

Audioguides full price € 5,00-reduced € 4,00

Agreement with

Roma Pass
What the agreement provides:

Reduced museum entrance ticket
For guided tour service or audioguide rental: € 4.00 + entrance fee
also
10% discount for drinks at the bistro - 10% discount for purchases at the bookshop

Please note: Agreement with Roma Pass temporarily not active. (September 2021)

Description

The building, built in 1929 in the typical Umbertino style of the time, housed the Health Office for several years. It has been in a state of neglect for the last twenty years, but has recently been renovated following a project by architect Carlo Lococo.

Today it hosts the artistic works owned by the Cerasi Foundation. They are works of the Roman School and of the early twentieth century Italian (Donghi, Balla, Pirandello, Scipione, Mafai, Raphael, Depero, Sironi, de Chirico, Casorati, Campigli, Funi, Martini, Capogrossi, Cambellotti, Francalancia, Mazzacurati, Ziveri, Fazzini, Leoncillo).

Last checked: 2022-12-12 16:57
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