National Roman Museum - The Baths of Diocletian
National Roman Museum - The Baths of Diocletian
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4,5 dari 5 lingkaran773 ulasan
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Buruk
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Conseiller99
Roseland, NJ1.375 kontribusi
4,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Feb 2024 • Pasangan
This was an excellent experience wtih the exhibit on Dacia, and the various other National Museum artifcats and exhibits. Our one drawback is that the directions on how to visit the baths were really poorly marked and not easy to follow, unlike the much-better marked Baths of Caracalla which we visited the day after. For one thing, they don’t make it clear where you are at any given time as you walk around the ruins. You see the pool with a sign saying “Frigidarium” with an arrow, but where? We recognized that Michelangelo was instructed to build a church in the middle of the baths, but what they don’t make clear is that is NOT PART of the ticket. We found out after our visit that you can see the excellent remains of other parts of the baths by visiting (for FREE) the adjoining Basilica of Santa Maris dell Angeli, which is what Michelangelo was responsible for…so we’re going over there tomorrow to see that. You really shouldn’t do one without the otherm, but that doesn’t seem to pop up anywhere.
Ditulis pada 19 Februari 2024
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Joe M
Glen Cove, NY949 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Jan 2024 • Sendiri
The museum’s standing collection is nice but unremarkable - lots of statues, sarcophagi and frieze fragments which are quite common throughout Rome.

The thing that really impressed me was the special exhibit they had on Roman conquest of Dacia in the immense halls of the baths of Diocletian (which are the biggest in the Roman world). Both the exhibit content and exhibition space were excellent!

If you’re reading this in Feb or March 2024, I would definitely recommend a visit!
Ditulis pada 4 Februari 2024
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Ksenia Rrr
Jerman11 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Jun 2023 • Sendiri
I was struck by the atmosphere of peace and beauty. The place is very enchanting, taking you away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Both inside and outside the museum, one could leisurely stroll and immerse oneself in the ancient Roman world!)
Ditulis pada 22 Januari 2024
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Ashleigh L
6 kontribusi
2,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Des 2023 • Pasangan
Ticket is reasonably pricey. We were wanting to see information and detail on the baths, the view of them was better on the outside. Not even a well labeled diagram of them was available.

Didn’t know what we were looking at half the time or what order to go around. Didn’t really engage or entice interest, just lots of small ancient pottery and tablets with no overarching story.

Might be better suited to an ancient history buff, but from a tourist perspective it’s worth a skip to save your money.
Ditulis pada 13 Desember 2023
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soinic
Lux.2.220 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Agu 2023 • Pasangan
Entering this place you leave behind you the chaos, dirt, noise ... around Roma Termini!

The cloister hosts a very interesting museum which shows special artefacts explaining Roman everydays life a long time ago.

Magical! The fountain of Anna Perenna merits your attention!

A ladies handheld fan which was found in a tomb looked very special too!

A lot of sculptures, mosaics, sarcophages etc

The remains of the Diocletian Baths are very huge and special ....

Not very busy, it was a very interesting visit. Plan enough time because there is so much to see.

We bought the combiticket which includes also the Palazzo Massimo museum (both should be a good alternative to the usual overcrowded tourist places in Rome).

You can have a quick glance and very short walk for free at the garden in front of the entrance to buy/show your ticket.
Ditulis pada 16 Agustus 2023
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Katy W
Barboursville23 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Jul 2023 • Keluarga
Amazing museum and outdoor area! We would have stayed longer, but we had two young boys with us, and it was very hot. I recommend going in a cooler time of year, if possible, so you're able to really explore and see everything!
Ditulis pada 15 Juli 2023
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Richard H
Leeds, UK326 kontribusi
4,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Jun 2023 • Sendiri
I bought a combined ticket which included access to this site plus Palazzo Massimo & Palazzo Altemps. The ticket cost me €19 - which is higher than usual because there is a special exhibit at the Baths of Diocletian.
The Special exhibition included exhibits from Pompeii and various other places.
This site is vast and includes things like tablets from the Arval brothers, lots of statues etc.
Ditulis pada 3 Juli 2023
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genibre69
London, UK3.406 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Jun 2023 • Teman
I didn’t think I would be much impressed, having seen MANY Roman baths all over the world, and after seeing the baths of Antoninus (sp?) in Tunisia. I was wrong! The vast nature of the ruins of the Diocletian baths are incredibly impressive, with pretty much all the explanatory placards in English. Heading into the cloister first (into which an aspect of the baths was converted) is confusing at first as you wonder, are these the baths?! But then reading on the conversion into a Catholic monastery, it makes more sense. Worth the free first Sunday visit for sure. Not overtly crowded.
Ditulis pada 11 Juni 2023
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The Spanish Steps Apartment
Roma, Italia30.167 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Mei 2023
Part of the four museums that make of the National Roman Museum, this museum is in the ancient baths of Diocletian. The remains of the baths are impressive and well preserved, with mosaics -- must have been absolutely breathtaking. there are also cloisters and a garden. The museum focuses on ancient Roman inscriptions (often memorials to deceased) and on prehistoric history. Some absolutely gorgeous and touching artifacts, such as memorials to family members -- as examples, one was dedicated by a granddaughter to her grandmother, or another mentioning a deceased lady who had been a hairdresser (really!), reminding you that these ancient people were, in many ways, just like us. Information usually in Italian and English, occasionally only in Italian, and in some places the information was in a red lettering which has faded away. No crowds here, had the cloisters all to myself for a while today, and it's high season (mid-May). 13 euro entrance fee. If you just want a peek, you can stroll the garden area without a ticket, and there are various ancient memorials and sarcophagi displayed in the garden.
Ditulis pada 24 Mei 2023
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Sarah
Sandbach, UK11 kontribusi
4,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Apr 2023 • Keluarga
We visited here on our last day in Rome - we were killing time really having to find something near to the station before we caught our bus to the airport. It’s a beautiful, peaceful setting - even so close to Termini station. There are some stunning artworks and finds but like all of the historic sites we visited in Rome the interpretation is very dry and academic and the English translations are really quite bad. That said if you just want to immerse yourself in the history it’s a lovely setting to do so. The cloisters are beautiful and what’s left of the baths are huge and awe inspiring.
Ditulis pada 21 April 2023
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