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Palazzo Merulana

Visit  Palazzo Merulana for free with your Rome City Pass.

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Palazzo Merulana is located in the former Health Department of Rome and houses an impressive collection of recent art.

Opening hours Palazzo Merulana

11 May – 1 July:
Daily 9 am – 20 pm 

From 2 July:
Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri 2 pm – 8 pm
Sat & Sun 10 am – 8 pm

Last entrance is at 7 pm. 

Admission price Palazzo Merulana

Regular admission fee: 5 €
Reduced admission fee: 4 €
Visit the Palazzo Merulana for free with the Rome City Pass.


Address Palazzo Merulana

Via Merulana, 121
00185 Rome 

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Directions to Palazzo Merulana

Metro: Line A to Manzoni or Line B & B1 to Colosseo or Termini
Bus: 16, 75, 714, 717, C3 to Merulana / Labicana
51 to Manzoni / Merulana
52 360, 590 to Manzoni Metro
Tram: 3, 8 to Labicana / Merulana  

Order the Rome City Pass with local transport and airport and get free travel by public transport to create a wonderful base for a relaxing stay in the Italian metropolis.

New special exhibitions

Sidival Fila: La Materia Svelata
06.09.2019 - 05.10.2019
Sidival Fila A Franciscan friar and an artist of Brazilian origins, he brings together in a single figure two universes that travel together through research and creativity. Thanks to the use of fabrics, fabrics, historical papers, organic fibers, it stitches and recomposes spaces of matter that are now lighter and now deeper.

Jan Fabre: The Rhythm of the Brain
11.10.2019 - 09.02.2020
The Elena and Claudio Cerasi Foundation and CoopCulture, in collaboration with Galleria Magazzino and with the support of Flanders State of the Art, present Jan Fabre's The Rhythm of the Brain, an exhibition around the multi-faceted and visionary artistic production of Jan Fabre. The exhibition features some unpublished sculptures created specifically for the exhibition space in dialogue with the works of the Roman School of the Cerasi collection.  

Highlights Palazzo Merulana

  • More than 90 works on an area of 1800 sqm 
  • Collection of special works of Roman school art 
  • Bookstore and café in the museum 

Near the Palazzo Merulana

Description Palazzo Merulana

Built in 1929 in Via Merulana, the palace was the seat of the Rome Health Department for four years.
The Palazzo Merulana has been extensively restructured over five years. Today, Palazzo Merulana houses an impressive collection of recent art. The works concentrate mainly on the art of the Roman school of the twentieth century. Palazzo Merulana extends over four floors, with the ground floor dedicated to sculptures. In another exhibition room you will also find comfortable sofas between the artworks that invite you to relax and dip into the art.

Experience the Palazzo Merulana for FREE with the Rome City Pass and have your ticket into the Palazzo Merulana already in your pocket before you even depart for Rome.