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Duration: 2 hours
The Galleria Corsini is a treasure trove of skillful artwork from Italian Renaissance and Baroque artists such as Botticelli, Caravaggio, and Raphael. It provides a unique perspective on the influence of the Renaissance and its rich cultural heritage.
This masterpiece by Botticelli is a must-see due to its exquisite composition, intricate details, and the artist's skillful portrayal of religious figures. It showcases the beauty and grace of the Virgin Mary and the saints surrounding her.
Caravaggio's depiction of St. John the Baptist is highly recommended for its dramatic lighting and realism. The contrast between light and shadow creates a captivating and powerful image, showcasing his innovative style.
This Lippi masterpiece is a tender and emotive painting that portrays the intimate relationship between the Virgin Mary and Jesus. Its delicate brushwork and warm color palette creates a sense of serenity and devotion, making it a noteworthy artwork to behold.
This portrait captures the elegance and personality of Maria Corsini, making it a standout piece in the gallery. Raphael's mastery of portraiture and attention to detail make this artwork a must-see for admirers of Renaissance art.
Reni created this powerful depiction of Saint Sebastian, a Christian martyr. The painting showcases Reni's ability to convey emotion through the figure's expression and pose, while the use of vibrant colors adds to its visual impact.
Timing: 10 AM to 7 PM from Tuesday to Sunday (Last entrance at 6 PM)
Closed on: Monday, December 25th, January 1st
Best Time to Visit: You can visit the Corsini Gallery any time of the year. However, if you’re looking to avoid the crowd, it is best to visit early morning on Sundays or late evenings during the off-season.
Address: Via della Lungara, 10, 00165 Roma RM, Italy [Find on Map]
Nearest Stop: Barberini Station
Nearest Stop: Barberini Station or, Piazza di Spagna
Apart from the permanent collection, the Galleria Corsini also hosts temporary exhibitions throughout the year. Currently, there is one exhibition on display at the Palazzo Corsini.
The Sovereign Image. Urbano VIII and the Barberini Family
18 March to 30th July 2023
You can buy Gallery Corsini Tickets online.
You can choose between skip-the-line tickets to Corsini Gallery and Palazzo Barberini.
Entry tickets to Gallery Corsini are priced at €15.
Yes, with skip-the-line entry, you can have access to all the artwork and sculptures on display at Gallery Corsini. Moreover, you get to bypass the long queue at the entry gate and buy yourself more time to admire the exhibits at your own pace.
Keeping the convenience factor aside, buying Corsini Gallery tickets online offers the freedom to choose your preferred slot. Plus, you can enjoy extended validity of 20 days on your ticket to visit the Barberini Palace.
A skip-the-line entry ticket to the Corsini Gallery includes bypassing the long lines at the entry and gain direct access to the gallery exhibits. Along with the Corsini artwork, you also get access to the Barberini Palace (valid till 20 days once your ticket is stamped).
Unfortunately, skip-the-line entry tickets to both the Corsini Gallery and Barberini Palace cannot be cancelled or rescheduled. So, there it's non-refundable.
Visitors are encouraged to opt for mobile tickets and show them at the time of entry. There is no need to print it. This eliminates the hassle during the entry.
The gallery remains open from 10 AM to 7 PM from Tuesday to Sunday (The last entrance is at 6 PM).
It takes around 2 hours to explore the Palazzo Corsini photos.
To avoid the tourist rush, it is recommended to visit the gallery during the early hours or late afternoons. Additionally, you can also visit the Gallery Corsini in the low seasons (October to March) to avoid the tourist rush.
No, outside food items and beverages are strictly prohibited inside the galleries Corsini and Barberini.
Yes, you will find numerous parking spots around the Palazzo Corsini. Feel free to visit the Corsini Gallery & Museum with your private transport.
Yes, The deposit your trolleys, backpacks, umbrellas and other luggage at the cloakroom. You are only allowed to carry wallets, purses and mobile phones inside the gallery complex.
Yes, completely! There isn't any architectural barrier at the entrance and the gallery is housed on the first floor, which is easily accessible via elevator or ramp (for wheelchairs).
No, pets are forbidden to enter the gallery complex except the guide dogs accompanying the visually impaired visitors.