My Exclusive Borghese Galleries Tourfrom € 250.00
One of Rome's most important museums and also one of its most beautiful, the Borghese Galleries are housed in the villa that belonged to Cardinal Scipione Borghese in the early 17th century.
As a passionate patron of the arts, he amassed a marvelous collection of paintings, sculptures and antiquities now on display in their original settings. In addition to the art collection, the villa is surrounded by a large park which includes beautiful gardens and even an amphitheatre.
Highlights: Sculptures including Bernini's Apollo and Daphne, The Rape of Persephone, David, Canova's Venus the Conqueror (in the picture) and Diana the Hunter (artist unknown, 2nd century B.C.). Paintings such as Caravaggio's David with the Head of Goliath, Self Portrait as Bacchus, Rubens' Deposition, Correggio's Danae, Titian's Sacred and Profane Love.
Opening Hours: Tuesday - Sunday, 8:30am-7:00pm; Closed Monday. Also closed January 1 and December 25.
Museum Closing Days: Mondays plus also closed January 1 and December 25
Includes: 2-hour tour in English with your personal guide including museum tickets and reservations.
Excludes: optional gratuities
**You must have valid ID - passport, student card, or valid ID card - to avail of discount ticket entry.**
|1-2 persons||270.00 €||From 135.00 € per person|
|3-4 persons||310.00 €||From 103.33 € per person|
|5-6 persons||350.00 €||From 70.00 € per person|
|7-8 persons||390.00 €||From 55.71 € per person|
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