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The best museums near Piazza Navona – Rome

The best museums near Piazza Navona – Rome

Rome is a city founded on art and culture. During your stay at NavonaMyHome you must take advantage of the central location to visit some of the most famous museums and art galleries in Rome. Alone or by contacting our staff to organise guided tours, here is a list we recommend on what you mustn’t absolutely miss.

Vatican museums

An immense, extraordinary and unique museum with collections of art and archeological pieces of absolute rarity.


A visit to the Vatican Museums is not to be missed, almost a “must”, with its immense, extraordinary and unique collections of art and rare pieces. From the Vatican’s Pinacoteca to the Philatelic and Numismatic museum; from the collection of modern art with pieces by Francis Bacon, Marc Chagall, Wassily Kandinsky and many other canvas giants; from the Gallery of world maps with its splendid vault: It’s all a magnificence worth an entire day visit.


Borghese Gallery in Villa Borghese

A treasure chest of art


The Villa is already an enchantment to walk through for those in Rome. The interior is a treasure chest of art with the most famous sculptures by Bernini and Canova, paintings by Caravaggio, Raphael, Titian. A huge collection of works of art in a context that is itself a work of art.


The Roman Forum (Fori Imperiali) and The Colosseum

Ancient Rome in its magnificence.


The emotion of the great spaces and history that has been consumed there is mesmerising. A trip to the Imperial Forums and the Colosseum are an obligatory stop and an immersion in past centuries. Emotions and culture together.


Villa Adriana in Tivoli

Declared World Heritage site by UNESCO.


It is worth taking the train or the car to Tivoli, a city a few kilometres from Rome, where there is the Villa Adriana wanted by the emperor who gave it his name. An imperial suburban residence, it covers a large area hosting fountains, architectural works and sculptures. Unesco declared it a World Heritage site in 1999.



designed by architect Zaha Hadid


If you wish to immerse in the contemporary while still surrounded by ancient Rome, the national art museum of the 21st century, designed by the famous architect Zaha Hadid, hosts some of the greatest works from contemporary artists and architects.


Scuderie del Quirinale

A unique view of Rome


Home to impressive exhibitions, with spaces that gift you with the most incredible view of Rome, the building is located in front of the Republic’s President residency. The building itself is already a piece of history and of beauty of Rome.

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