Tickets for Palazzo Braschi Museum of Rome
Located in the heart of Renaissance Rome between the Piazza Navona and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, the Palazzo Braschi Museum of Rome is an incredibly popular museum due to its collection of art.
Visitors don’t just come to admire the art, the building itself is quite spectacular and was designed by the 18th century architect Cosimo Morelli. It’s central staircase incorporates 18 red granite columns that were originally owned and used by Emperor Caligula.
The museum is home to thousands of pieces of art for you to enjoy ranging from drawings to furniture and costumes along with frescoes which were taken from the Roman church of Santa Maria in Vincis, which was demolished.