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The Museo Napoleonico in Rome: Tracing Napoleon's Footsteps in the Eternal City

Admission to the Museo Napoleonico (Napoleon Museum) in Rome is free.

Chandelier in one of the rooms of the Napoleon Museum Blue interior in the Museo Napoleonico

The Napoleoncio Museum tells the story of the Bonaparte family. In it you will find private relics from the family's possessions. Your Rome Pass gives you the opportunity to visit this museum at no extra cost. Numerous films recall the life of the great Napoleon and the battle between France and Italy. 

Opening Times Museo Napoleonica

Tues.-Sun. 10am-6pm
24 and 31 December 10-14 hrs. 

Last admission half an hour before closing time.
Closed: Monday, 1 January, 1 May, 25 December 

Adress Museo Napoleonico

Adress: Piazza di Ponte Umberto I, 1 00186 Rom

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Museo Napoleonica

Metro: Linie A to Lepanto
Bus: 30,70,81,87,492 to Zanardelli
280 to Lgt Tor Di Nona/Zanardelli 

Highlights Museo Napoleonico

  • The history of the Bonaparte family 
  • At the Palazo Primoli 
  • A collection of relics 
  • Many private insights
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