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Skip the Line Tickets to Palazzo Barberini

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  • Avoid the long lines outside the Palazzo Barberini thanks to these skip-the-line tickets
  • The 17th-century palace is home to some of Italy’s most prized works of art
  • These include Raphael's portrait La Fornarina, Caravaggio's Judith Beheading Holofernes, Filippo Lippi’s The Annunciation and a Hans Holbein portrait of Henry VIII
  • Explore the palazzo at your own pace and see its swirling frescoes designed by Pietro da Cortona
  • Note: From October 1, Galleria Corsini has been closed for renovation
  • These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.

Why Visit Palazzo Barberini?

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  • View the palace’s stunning Baroque-style architecture and grand facade, along with the permanent collection, which exhibits notable works by Raphael and Lippi. Visit the recently opened Mithraeum and the Tempo Barocco Exhibition, housing 40 artworks by renowned Baroque artists.
  • See the gorgeous staircases designed by Bernini and Borromini, respectively. Get to admire the impressive ceiling frescoes by the Italian painter/architect Pietro da Cortona.
  • Also, view the crucifixes and artworks by regional painters of some legendary popes and cardinals. 
  • Some famed paintings you’ll get to see are Raphael's La Fornarina, Filippo Lippi’s The Annunciation, Caravaggio's Judith Beheading Holofernes, and a portrait of Henry VIII by Hans Holbein.

Your Palazzo Barberini Tickets Explained

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Skip The Line Tickets

  • Buy these tickets to skip the ticketing lines to Palazzo Barberini and direct access to the 17th-century palace without wasting any time.
  • Housing some of the famous artworks of Italy, Palazzo Barberini is also known for housing the swirling frescoes designed by Pietro da Cortona. Buy these tickets to explore all that at your own pace.
  • Choose from the ticket variants to gain access to the Tempo Barocco Exhibition and Palazzo Barberini.
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Combo Tickets

  • Buy this combo ticket to conveniently spend your day amidst Italian artworks at the Palazzo Barberini and Borghese Gallery.
  • Get an opportunity to admire the art collections at the Borghese Gallery, curated by Scipione Cardinal Borghese and Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
  • Make use of your combo ticket to get access and spend your time at the Palazzo Barberini and get to admire the marvelous Italian artworks, starting from the Middle Ages.

Discounted Palazzo Barberini Tickets

Buy your Palazzo Barberini tickets online to get discounted tickets for children aged 0 to 17 and EU students aged 18 to 25. Make sure to bring a valid government ID to avail of these discounts. For more information, please check your ticket before purchasing.

What Is the Best Way To Buy Palazzo Barberini Tickets? Buy Online

If you plan to visit Palazzo Barberini, booking your tickets in advance would be the best way to ensure access to the site. And if you are looking for ways to book the tickets to the site, buying your tickets online would be the best option.

  • Advance Reservation: Purchasing your Palazzo Barberini tickets online helps you book your slots in advance and ensures you don’t face the awkwardness of visiting the site only to see that the tickets have been sold out.
  • Convenience: The advantage of booking your Palazzo Barberini tickets online is that you get to skip the long queues in front of the ticket counter and get direct access to the site with your pre-booked tickets.
  • Discounts: Booking your Palazzo Barberini tickets online helps you get amazing deals and discounts on your ticket prices, making your experience all the more memorable.

Palazzo Barberini Highlights

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Architecture

Palazzo Barberini is the prototypical Baroque palace. Interestingly, the talented architects Carlo Maderno, Gian Lorenzo Bernini, and Francesco Borromini transformed the pre-existing structure instead of demolishing it and starting from scratch. This new plan was designed in the unconventional shape of an “H” to create a structure with open wings framing a wide, lush garden with secret courtyards.

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Frescos

The famous Baroque fresco by Pietro da Cortona, known as the ‘Allegory of Divine Providence and Barberini Power,’ graces the ceiling of the salon. This masterpiece grew highly impactful in the palatial styles and styles of church ceiling decorations thereafter. Its far-reaching influence is witnessed in the throne room of the Royal Palace of Madrid and the Ca' Rezzonico in Venice, among others.

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Artwork & Collections

The museum houses several astounding pieces of art from across history. Here are some of the famed artworks housed in the museum that you must view on your visit:

  • Portrait of a Young Woman or (La Fornarina) - by Raphael 
  • Narcissus - by Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio
  • Saint Cecilia and the Angel - by Carlo Saraceni
  • David with Head of Goliath - by Gian Lorenzo Bernini
  • Veiled Woman (sculpture) - by Antonio Corradini
  • The Three Fates - by Sodoma

Plan Your Visit To Palazzo Barberini

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  • Timings: Tuesdays to Sundays: 10 AM to 6 PM
  • Last Entry: 5 PM.
  • Closed On: Mondays
  • Dates Of Closure: 25 December and 1 January.
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Address: Via delle Quattro Fontane, 13, 00184 Roma RM, Italy

Find it on the map.

  • By Bus: Bus Lines: 53, 61, 62, 63, 80, 81, 83, 160, 492, and 590.
    Bus Stop: Barberini 
  • By Light Rail: Train Line: FLV5 & RV
    Nearest Train Stop: Termini
  • By Metro: Line A
    Nearest Metro Stop: Barberini stop 
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  • The palace offers parking facilities and a barrier-free entrance for visitors with reduced mobility. 
  • An accessible wheelchair ramp is available near the ticket office. 
  • The upper halls are accessible via a lift.

Visitor Tips

  • Wednesdays are the least crowded days. Plan your visit accordingly.
  • Carry your green pass for entry.
  • Purchase your tickets online to make your reservations in advance if you’re visiting on the weekend or on a public holiday.
  • Don’t carry large backpacks, luggage, or helmets since the museum’s cloakroom service is temporarily unavailable.
  • Photography is permitted, but don’t use flash when clicking the artwork.

All Your Questions About Palazzo Barberini Tickets Answered

Q. What is the price of Palazzo Barberini tickets?

A. Palazzo Barberini tickets are available at various price ranges starting at €15.95.

Q. Where can I buy Palazzo Barberini tickets?

A. You can purchase Palazzo Barberini tickets online, as well as at the main entrance of the museum itself. However, if you want to avoid the inconvenience of standing in long ticketing queues or tickets being sold out, it is advisable to book your tickets online.

Q. Can I buy Palazzo Barberini tickets online?

A. Yes, Palazzo Barberini tickets are available online.

Q. Does Palazzo Barberini have skip-the-line tickets?

A. Yes, you can book Palazzo Barberini skip-the-line tickets online.

Q. Are discounts available on Palazzo Barberini tickets?

A. There are several Palazzo Barberini ticket combinations available with a variety of discounts. Additionally, by booking the tickets online, visitors get to enjoy reduced prices for European Union citizens between the ages of 18 and 25 years. 

Q. What is Palazzo Barberini?

A.The Palazzo Barberini was the residential palace of the Barberini family who occupied it since the 17th-century. Today, it is home to an extensive collection of art under the ambit of the National Gallery of Ancient Art in Rome.

Q. Where is Palazzo Barberini located?

A. Palazzo Barberini is located in Rome, Italy. Its address is Via delle Quattro Fontane, 13, 00184 Roma RM, Italy

Q. What are the timings of Palazzo Barberini?

A. Palazzo Barberini is open from Tuesday to Sunday between 10 AM and 6 PM.

Q. When is Palazzo Barberini closed?

A. Palazzo Barberini remains closed on Mondays, as well as on 25th December and 1st January every year.

Q. What is Palazzo Barberini famous for?

A. Palazzo Barberini is famed for its historic art collection and the beautiful frescoes that grace its ceiling.

Q. Is it safe to visit Palazzo Barberini post-COVID?

A. The venue has taken several precautions in light of COVID-19. Additionally, all guests are requested to follow proper protocol such as maintaining social distancing, wearing a facial mask at all times, and regularly sanitizing their hands.

Q. Is Palazzo Barberini open?

A. Palazzo Barberini is open to visitors provided they can procure a valid green pass upon entry and are in compliance with all COVID-19 related safety measures established at the venue.

Q. Is Palazzo Barberini worth visiting?

A. This Roman palace is certainly worth a visit for its renowned collection of art and the gigantic ceiling fresco of swirling clouds and figures by the Italian painter-architect Pietro da Cortona, that it houses.