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Visit National Roman Museum – Which possesses one of the world’s most important archaelogical collections!

The National Roman Museum is located in four different sites: Palazzo Massimo alle Therme, Palazzo Altemps, Therm di Diocleziano and Crypta Balbi.

Therme Di Diocleziano:

The Baths of Diocleziano is one of the four sites of the National Roman Museum. Following the transfer of the materials to the Palazzo Massimo, massive restoration work has begun on the Bath complex. 

Cripta Balbi:

The Crypta Balbi represents a development of Roman society and the urban landscape from antiquity to modern times.

Palazzo Massimo:

The ‘Palazzo Massiomo alle Therme’ houses parts of the Nation Roman Museum, one of the world’s greatest collections of ancient art. It provides a magnificent showcase for some of the most beautiful paintings, mosaics and sculptures of the Roman age.

Palazzo Altemps:

The Palace of Altemps is one of the most interesting examples of the Renaissance architecture in Rome. Since 1997 it has been one of the four centres which comprise the National Roman Museum.

Opening hours:

Open from 09.00 am to 07.45 pm, closed on Mondays.       


The National Roman Museum is located in four different sites: Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Palazzo Altemps, Terme di Diocleziano en Cripta Balbi.
Palazzo Altemps: Piazza di S. Apollinare 44
Palazzo Massimo alla Terme: Largo di Villa Peretti, opposite to the station Termini.
Cripta Balbi: between the streets Via dei Delfini, Via Caetani and Via delle Botteghe Oscure 31
Therme Di Diocleziano:: Viale Enrico De Nicola.

Avoid the long queue at the entrance and buy your tickets online at Ticketbar!

The ticket allows you to visit the ‘Therme di diocloeziano’, the ‘Crypta Balbi’, the ‘Palazzo Massimo’, and the ‘Palazzo Altempts’ and is valid for 3 days.

Tickets are non-refundable.