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Palazzo Altemps

Explore Palazzo Altemps at the Museo Nazionale Romano for free with your Rome City Pass and save 10 €!

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The Palazzo Altemps at the Museo Nazionale Romano is one of the most interesting examples of Renaissance architecture in Rome and houses a collection of Renaissance and Baroque sculptures as well as very famous works of art.

Opening hours Palazzo Altemps

Tuesday to Sunday 9 am – 7:45 pm
Closed: 1 January and 25 December 

Admission price Palazzo Altemps

Regular price: 10 €
Reduced price: 5 €
Visit the Palazzo Altemps for free with your Rome City Pass


Address Palazzo Altemps:
Piazza Sant'Apollinare 46 00186 Rome, Italy 

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Directions to Palazzo Altemps

Bus stop Zanardelli
Bus line: 30, 70, 81, 87, 130F, 116T, 186, 492, 628, C3

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Special terms and conditions Palazzo Altemps

Please note that the Palazzo Altemps is closed on 1 January and 25 December.

Highlights Palazzo Altemps

  • Renaissance and Baroque sculptures such as the famous Boncompagni-Ludovisi collection
  • rich sixteenth century collection of Asdrubale and Ciriaco Mattei and the Altemps collection itself
  • important collection of statues in the party hall, among which the group representing the Galatian Suicide

Near Palazzo Altemps

  • Piazza Venezia
  • Campo Marzio
  • Teatro Argentina
  • S. Eustachio

Description Palazzo Altemps

In the palace are Renaissance and Baroque sculptures such as the famous Boncompagni-Ludovisi collection, the rich sixteenth century collection of Asdrubale and Ciriaco Mattei and the Altemps collection itself. The latter collection includes 16 statues, that were reacquired by the State, four of which are located under the arches of the courtyard. Among these collections are some very famous works of art, such as the Birth of Venus, part of the Ludovisi Collection, probably dating back to the fifth century BC. When visiting the museum it is also possible to see the Church of Saint Aniceto, built within the palace. The building also holds the recently restructured Goldoni Theatre that functions as a conference center as well. 

Experience the Palazzo Altemps at the Museo Nazionale Romano for FREE with the Rome City Pass and have your ticket into the Palazzo Altemps already in your pocket before you even depart for Rome.