Let yourself be enchanted by the impressive baroque works in the Colonna Gallery. The building is also a work of art and has beautiful frescoes.
Discover one of the world's largest and most impressive private art collections inside the magnificent Colonna Palace
Enjoy original works by baroque superstars such as Carracci, Bronzino, Guercino and dozens more
See the Hall of Landscapes, the Apotheosis Hall of Martin V, the Throne Hall, the Chapel Hall and the Tapestry Hall
The stunning Colonna Gallery, a true jewel of Baroque Rome, houses one of the largest private art collections in Italy with breathtaking works by heavyweights such as Carracci, Bronzino and Guercino. The gallery is located inside Palazzo Colonna, which is also a work of art, as are the treasures it contains. The building has lavish frescoes and beautiful, detailed apartments that you can explore for yourself. So come on, it's time to really get into art!
Entering the Colonna Gallery is like entering a baroque painting with elaborate gilded details and magnificent frescoes as far as the eye can see. For over 20 generations, the palace has housed the Colonna noble family, whose collection is breathtaking.
Enjoy the panoramic room of the Hall of Landscapes, surrounded by the rural works of Gaspard Dughet and magnificent marble columns. You can also enjoy the Apotheosis Room of Martin V with its huge Benedetto Luti ceiling screen. The chapel shows original pieces by Paolo Farinati, from the early 16th century.
Swap your smartphone voucher for a paper ticket at the info point next to the ticket office.
• Entrance to the palace
• Free guided tour in English, French or Italian (optional)
Column Palace 16,Via della Pilotta, 00187, Rome
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