See one of Rome's most impressive art collections, housed in a lovely villa in the city center. Your ticket will provide guaranteed, exclusive…
Enjoy skip-the-line entrance to the fabulous Borghese Gallery and skip the long lines to see masterpieces by Bellini, Titian, Carravagio, and more.…
Skip the long lines to the Borghese Gallery and explore one of the most popular museums in Rome at your own pace. See paintings and sculptures from…
Skip the long lines to the Borghese Gallery in Rome, and see masterpieces by Bernini, Caravaggio and more from the museum’s collection of paintings…
Discover masterpieces of art at one of Rome’s most impressive museums on a 3-hour tour of the Borghese Gallery. Admire sculptures, paintings, and…
Enjoy a visit to the Borghese Gallery and Museum in Rome with this skip-the-line ticket.
The giant park of Villa Borghese has always been dear to the Roman people as the Borghese family opened their estate on Sundays and holidays. It is a green paradise overlooking the city, a respite from chaotic Rome, a truly authentic Italian experience.
At 148 acres, Villa Borghese is quite an expansive park. To see it all (in style) best rent yourself a bike! They cost around €4 for an hour, or €10 for the day.
There are 12 fountains throughout the park, some modern, some ancient. The sound of running water from a fountain was thought to be calming by the Romans.
The Borghese Gallery consists of 20 rooms across two floors. Some of the most magnificent pieces are 17th century sculptures created specifically for the spaces they occupy.
Situated on the lake is a 19th century temple devoted to the Greek god of health and healing. It was inspired by a similar temple in the Stourhead Gardens of Wiltshire, England.
Tickets for the museum are always sold out, so they must be purchased at least two weeks prior. Booking by telephone avoids a reservation fee that the online ticketing service charges.
Arrive early, because entry times to the museum are strictly followed. Expect the staff to keep you on your two hour time limit moving from room to room.
The main entrance to the park is at Piazzale Flaminio near Piazza del Popolo just North of central Rome. Take the metro to Spagna or Flaminio station.
- When to visitThe Galleria is open 8:30AM to 7:30PM Tuesday through Sunday. Closed Mondays, Christmas and New Year's Day.
- What is the price?11 Euros
- Will I need a guide?Not necessary, but recommended!
- How to get thereTake the metro to Spangna or Flaminio, or simply walk from the Spanish Steps.
- Additional tips
- If you have kids, be sure to take them to the puppet theater near the entrance at Piazzo del Popolo!