Museums in Rome

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Note that museum hours are subject to change without notice. As a rule, ticket offices close 30 to 60 minutes before the actual closing time.

Rome National Museum

All dinosaurs displayed around and bugs and arthopods are kept in tanks. And arcade machines found there.

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Archaeological Museum of Ostia

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Museo Archeologico Ostiense
On display are the finds brought to light during the excavations in ancient Ostia: sculptures, decorative and architectural terracotta pieces, objects of worship.
Admission Euro 4,00 (same ticket as for the excavations).

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openingHours:winter 9.00 - 16, summer 9.00 - 13.30; 14.15-18.30 Mon closed
address:Scavi di Ostia Antica, Via dei Romagnoli 717

Museum of Roman Civilization

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Museo della Civiltà Romana

The museum retraces the history of Rome through its civilization works all over the world. The magnificent model of Imperial Rome in 1:250 scale is noteworthy.

Admission Euro 6,20

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accessibility:Full access for persons with disabilities
openingHours:Tue-Fri 9 - 14.00, Sat and Sun 9 - 19.00, Mon closed.
address:Piazza Giovanni Agnelli, 10 (EUR)

National Museum of Eastern Art

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Museo Nazionale d'Arte Orientale
Archeological and historical objects of the Middle East and Far East.
Admission Euro 4,00

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openingHours:8.30 -14, Tue - Thu - Sun and holidays 8.30 - 19.30; closed 1st and 3rd Mon of each month.
address:Via Merulana 248

Ship Museum

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Museo delle Navi
Display of four Roman cargo ships found during the excavations of the ancient harbor of Claudius.

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address:Via A. Guidoni 35 - Fiumicino Airport

Municipal Antiquarium

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Municipal Antiquarium (Antiquarium Communale)
Household objects from the 6th century B.C. to the time of the barbarian invasions. Includes the famous doll with jointed limbs that was part of the funeral accouterment of Crepereia Tryphaena.

Notes : Guided visits

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address:Viale Parco del Celio, 22

Museum of the Walls

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Museo delle Mura
Located at the beginning of the Old Appian Way, inside Porta San Sebastiano, the museum highlights the architectural history of Rome's fortified surrounding walls and allows access to the only section of the wall-walk open to the public.
Admission Euro 2,60

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accessibility:No access for persons with disabilities
tel:Tel: +39.06.70475284
openingHours:9 - 14, Mon closed
address:Via Porta S. Sebastiano, 18

Centrale Montemartini

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450 Greek and Roman sculptures coming from the Musei Capitolini exhibited in the former Montemartini electric plant. A unique combination of classical art and industrial machinery

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address:via Ostiense, 106 Centrale Montemartini

L. Pigorini National Museum of Prehistory and Ethnography

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Museo Nazionale Preistorico Etnografico L. Pigorini
An ethnographic collection containing around 60,000 pieces produced by European indigenous cultures. The Italian prehistoric and protohistoric section retraces the evolution from the Paleolithic epoch to the Iron Age. Historic archive of aerial photos.
Admission Euro 4,00

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openingHours:9 - 20
address:Piazza Marconi, 14

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