Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Massimo alle Terme

Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Massimo alle Terme

Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Massimo alle Terme
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CarmelO
Ireland139 kontribusi
Feb 2024 • Keluarga
Great place to see the sculptured images of Romans. We visited here after having been to the colosseum / Palatine Hill / Roman Forum so this was a very appropriate follow on from that experience. You could imagine these people attending the games. Give yourself 2 hours for the visit. Lovely cafe / restaurant on site also.
Ditulis pada 16 Februari 2024
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nico
Roma, Italia23 kontribusi
Mar 2023 • Keluarga
the frescoed walls of livia are the BEST and don’t forget to pay your respects to catilina next to the main entrance just outside
Ditulis pada 4 Januari 2024
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Jim W.
Atlanta, GA1.134 kontribusi
Nov 2023 • Keluarga
This is actually spread out over 2 (or more) buildings. These are diagonally across a large intersection from each other. Both are across streets from the Termini (train) Station. Also - our city pass purported to include this place for admission. However, when we arrived they said that there had been some change and it was not covered. We paid their fee anyway. Later, we got a reimbursement from the city pass company for this.

We began our tour in the building to the right when you are facing the train station. It houses mostly statuary from the period from Julius Ceasar forward. They have busts of many of the emperors from the first couple of centuries of the empire (and their families, in some cases). There are other statues as well, plus things like a huge room's preserved wall paintings that were unearthed nearby. It is definitely heavy on busts, but I thought it was interesting.

We then crossed the streets to the 2nd building, which is incorporated into the remains of a vast Roman baths complex. They had a variety of different exhibits here - about the baths, some more sculptures, an odd small shrine that was unearthed during a construction project (and which was preserved in a parking garage), details about pre-Roman villages in the area, etc. You could browse through and focus on a few areas of interest. There were also multiple courtyards to examine, each with its own statuary.

This set of museums is probably best viewed after touring things like the Forum or Colosseum first. You then may have some basic context of where things happened, and can then start adding details about the major figures associated with the time period (and get some idea of what they looked like too). I enjoyed spending a morning here.
Ditulis pada 17 Desember 2023
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Mary Jane E
19 kontribusi
Nov 2023 • Keluarga
What a special treat! A Beautiful museum with incredible Roman artifacts presented very well. The room of frescoes from the garden room of Livia located on the museum’s top floor were one of the most special things I have ever seen. A rare and wonderful experience.
Ditulis pada 26 November 2023
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Lucchesa
Seattle, WA163 kontribusi
Sep 2023 • Sendiri
The main work of art I wanted to see at Palazzo Massimo was the famous bronze Boxer, which I show every time I teach Hellenistic art. It’s currently on loan to an exhibition in Brescia. This was a bummer. And the coin and jewelry exhibits on the lowest floor were closed for reinstallation. I got over it. In a city filled with great collections of ancient art, this one is still superb. It was not the least bit crowded — I was all alone with the statue of Augustus as high priest. The wall texts in Italian and English are extensive, well done and well translated. The layout was maybe a bit confusing — a museum map would have been nice, or more obvious room numbers and directional signs. But whichever direction you go, you’ll see flipping amazing ancient Roman art. Some Greek, too.

It starts Roman Republican sculpture and quickly moves into the age of Augustus and his followers. There are lots of portrait heads, and the wall texts explain how they use hairstyles to estimate dates. Even if you know nothing about ancient art, you’re going to see things that are impressive and beautiful. The Boxer may not be there, but his companion, the so called Hellenistic Prince, is, and I have never been that close to an ancient bronze before. I was practically face to face with his genitals (you can touch them. It’s tempting. Don’t.) which I learned from the wall text were separately cast, as were some of his toes. There’s a hermaphrodite. There are two discus throwers. There’s an extraordinary battle sarcophagus. There are several outstanding sarcophagi — one with large figures of the muses. There’s a mind-boggling room devoted to bronze survivals from two ceremonial ships built for Nero. The ground and first (US 2nd) floors have an almost overwhelming amount of ancient sculpture.

And just when you think you can’t possibly absorb one more white marble statue, you head to the top floor and surround yourself in the lush blue and greens of the garden fresco from Livia’s villa at Primaporta. If you want, you can leave after that, but I found the frescoes and mosaics of floor II a treat. Look for the grinning hippos and crocodile. There’s a really nice museum bookstore (especially if you read Italian) on the ground floor that has good postcards of a few choice works of art. And there’s a nice café, which I’ll review separately. I spent nearly five hours in Palazzo Massimo, but that included time sketching and having lunch. If you want to gorge on classical art while in Rome, don’t miss this!
Ditulis pada 29 Oktober 2023
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Odyssey14186552767
3 kontribusi
Okt 2023 • Pasangan
Amazing mosaic floors and sculptures. Not overwhelming like some museums. Took about an hour to go through but I’ve got a disability. They were very helpful getting my husband and I to the elevators instead of having me take the stairs. Highly recommend.
Ditulis pada 15 Oktober 2023
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JohnRegoPark
Rego Park, NY1.133 kontribusi
Sep 2023 • Keluarga
With so much art in Rome, it would be easy to overlook this exceptional collection of Greek and Roman art. There are many famous pieces here, including the Discus Thrower, the Seated Boxer (currently on loan elsewhere) and the Garden Scene from the Villa of Livia. The museum is fairly large, but the exhibits are given space and so there is not the feeling that you are overwhelmed. The museum is fairly empty, so there is no need to buy tickets in advance. There is a coat check service, but be warned it is on the honor system. You leave your backpack unattended in a cubby. Best not to carry one in the first place.
Ditulis pada 4 Oktober 2023
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Oliver S
New York City, NY11.416 kontribusi
Sep 2023 • Teman

This museum is actually in four locations. You can buy ticket to see all four or just one, as was our case. It has 3 floors, including the basement where you can normally find a numismatic collection, but the basement was closed on the day we visited. This, of course, did not reduce the admission price…
Sculptures from the Republic, then Imperial times occupy the first level, but the most interesting stuff is on second level. Frescoes from Livia, wife of Augustus’ dining room are there, in a room of their own. Then come the mosaics, I spent two hours photographing and enjoying them. Admission is €9 with some reduction for kids under 18 I think. I’ll let the pictures do the talking. Well worth the visit, but try to do it on a day when it’s not too hot: there is no A/C and with the humidity It can get really hot and stuffy
Ditulis pada 19 September 2023
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Rose H
Australia288 kontribusi
Sep 2023 • Pasangan
This museum holds a fantastic collection of Greek and Roman statues, mosaics and frescoes, and is easily accessible and not crowded. There is a combo ticket with other museums in the Museo Nazionale Romano group - currently 3, as one of them is closed. At 13 Euro for all of them (valid for 7 days) it is great value. The mosaics here are wonderful, especially the micro mosaics, and the garden room frescoes from Villa Livia are amazing. The building in which it is housed is also very charming. It is definitely worth a visit.
Ditulis pada 10 September 2023
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SMLikestoTravel
Bangalore, India277 kontribusi
Mei 2023 • Keluarga
We visited this museum late afternoon on the free Sunday. There was no crowd or queue to get in. Once inside, we spent 1-2 hours exploring the vast collections. We could have easily spent more time had we not been so tired by the end of the day because this was the last site that we visited on this day, having covered Pantheon, Piazza Navona and Church of Santa Maria Della Vittoria earlier in the day.
The highlights at this museum: the numerous busts with intricate hair styles, the bronze statues - Boxer at rest and Hellenistic prince, the multiple mosaics at display
Ditulis pada 2 September 2023
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